Snow, canoes, frozen ponds, lonely conifers... Dark Woods takes the motifs and landscape of a Canadian childhood and examines their place in a world of smartphones and overflowing inboxes. The result, Sanger's first book in 16 years, is a striking new collection full of mysteries and reassessments, wordplay, slang, and sonnets, meditations on parenthood and the "cracks in the granite": those urges that won't go away, and the people who have.
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