Selina Boan is a white settler-nehiyaw writer. Her work has been featured twice in The Best Canadian Poetry. She won a National Magazine Award for Poetry in 2017 and was a finalist for the 2020 CBC Poetry Prize. Undoing Hours is her first book. Boan lives in Vancouver.
Undoing Hours explores the interconnection between time, body, and land from a nehiyaw perspective. A book that isn't afraid to be messy, it is tender with (re)learning, longing, and hope.
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Undoing Hours is published by Nightwood Editions. Read more about the book ◥