Sina Queyras

if you open your mouth, ache.

Talking with Mark Medley

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 May 6, 2014 7:00 AM ET

Peter J. Thompson/National Post
It should come as no surprise that Queyras is critical of her own work, considering that, despite her insistence that she’s “not really a critic,” she has evolved into one of the country’s loudest critical voices, with a platform to match. Although describes herself as an “extremely lone wolf,” Queyras remains one of one the most visible figures in Canadian poetry and “an indispensable presence in North American poetry,” according to an email from Don Share, editor of the influential journal, Poetry.

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