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Samantha Marie Nock

Decolonial love! Radical Reciprocity! Tenderness! Care!

Samantha Marie Nock is a Cree-Métis woman whose family is from Sakitawak (Île-À-La-Crosse), North Saskatchewan. She has been living, working and writing in Vancouver for…

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POETRY IS BAD FOR YOU

MAKING BAD COOL AGAIN

“If someone’s laughing during your poems, it’s cause you tickled them.”

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my hands are small/with short fingers/a short attention span/and a long temper

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UNCEDED | MAKING ROOM FOR INDIGENOUS FEMINISMS

“How do Indigenous feminists, or Indigenous peoples who don’t identify as feminists, navigate themselves in a structure of activism that has historically erased Indigenous women’s involvement, and, often, their leadership?”