Meet Christine Wu! Christine’s poems, “At the Friendship Store,” “How to Speak Home,” and “Before Putting in an Offer on that Old House,” will be featured in our upcoming poetry special issue, vol. 12.
How Christine describes “Before Putting an Offer in on That Old House” in 12 words or less:
“When house hunting becomes a grief exercise”
How Christine describes “How to Speak Home” in 12 words or less:
“Locating what gets lost in translation”
How Christine describes “At the Friendship Store” in 12 words or less:
“How to navigate the past by visiting a familiar, unfamiliar place”
Christine Wu is a Chinese-Canadian poet whose work has appeared in various publications including The Fiddlehead, The Malahat Review and Contemporary Verse 2. Originally from the West Coast, she now makes her home in Kjipuktuk/Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she is working on a full-length poetry collection.