Kate North’s second poetry collection is divided into three parts, entitled In, Through, and Out. The Way Out offers us a way in though the body, and the first poem, ‘Entrances’, begins like this: Whether you leap into the world a frog prince fall out of your mother a birthed foal wheel through the door […]
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