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Contributions by Joan Naviyuk Kane:

“The Doll (A Pretend Person)” / “Mammaraq (Innuŋŋuuraq)”

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Collaborator’s Q&A: Poet Joan Naviyuk Kane: The visual image could be the photographic negative of topography from the air, a cell, or the detail from a larger work.
Artist Lisa Sette: 
The poem carried me to unusual strands of memories.

Poet Joan Naviyuk Kane is author of The Cormorant Hunter’s Wife, for which she received a 2009 Whiting Writers’ Award, and Hypboreal (Pitt Poetry Series), winner of the 2012 Donald Hall Prize from AWP. Artist Lisa Sette is a biologist living on Cape Cod who loves the intersection of art and science.


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