Kathleen Jamie

“A poem is an approach towards a truth.  But poems can be funny, witty, quirky and sly.  They can be mischievous, tricksterish.  Their truths don’t sound like the truths of the courtroom or the inquest.  Does this, then, show us something about the nature of truth?  Can we say there are many truths, or, rather, many aspects of Truth?  That truth itself is a shape-shifter?”
– Kathleen Jamie

4 thoughts on “Kathleen Jamie

  1. Susan Richardson

    I love Kathleen Jamie’s work – she’s one of my current favourites (I love both her poetry and her nature writing).

  2. Michelle Post author

    Sue, I have Findings in a pile in my study although I haven’t opened it yet.

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