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This week’s One Minute Poem! Beth Kope reads “When she learned her father was the moon”

In this week’s One Minute Poem, Beth Kope reads “When she learned her father was the moon” from Atlas of Roots (Caitlin Press, 2021).

You can find Beth’s poem on our YouTube channel, as well as on all of our social media platforms.

By kind permission of the poet and Caitlin Press.

Beth Kope grew up in Alberta, lived in Australia and Quebec and has perpetual wanderlust.  She is blessed to live and work in Victoria, the traditional territories of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples. She is the author of three books of poetry; Falling Season, Leaf Press, on memory and dementia, and Average Height of Flight, Caitlin Press, a meditation on the solace of forest walks while following the trail of dogs, and Atlas of Roots, also from Caitlin, exploring identity and adoption. Her work is described as “strong, true and richly reflective”.

Website: https://www.bethkope.com