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Common Place negotiates intimacy while navigating the complexities of memory, addressing shifting, resilient bodies and landscapes challenged by systems of capital and power. From thin threads of text messages across borders to encounters with strangers in the crush of rush hour transit, Sarah Pinder explores seeing and being seen in our most private and public of moments. With considered, quiet urgency, these poems name our ambiguous, aching present and look towards what comes next.
Sarah Pinder is the author of the poetry collection Cutting Room. Her writing has been included in magazines including Geist, Arc, and Poetry is Dead. She lives in Toronto, Canada.