The Unfamiliar Narcotics Of Moss - A reconnection of soul and nature

Author: Isabelle Call


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The Unfamiliar Narcotics of Moss was written through the trauma amassed in its authors life, and the lives of those around her. A

collection of poetry dedicated to the in depth exploration of the emotional scars that trauma leaves both emotionally and physically,

and the idea for potential recovery, this book is more than just a poetry collection. This is an interweaving of stories that might have

been plucked from a number of peoples lives, that lets those who these poems resonates with know that they are not alone.

Isabelle Call is a Romani poet, author, and filmmaker based in Vancouver, BC. Her

work has been featured in magazines and anthologies around the world, including

but not limed to Wandering Autumn Magazine, The C Word Magazine, and

Solstice Literary Journal. She has been awarded the Emily Dickinson Writing

Award for her work in poetry, notably that on the Unfamiliar Narcotics of Moss collection. She hopes that

her work in the creative industry helps to make a difference and

create change in peoples lives, and within the industry itself.

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Black & White

Pages: 70 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Poetry

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