In this work, Landry writes about the grandeur of the northern landscape, as well as everyday life in the Arctic. The poems trace the developing relationships with her Inuit hosts: friendship, family bonds, celebration, and loss are some of the themes she explores. Landry introduces Inuktitut into the writing and the Inuktitut syllabics create a stunning visual. This collection of poetry presents a thoughtful glimpse into the heart of Inuit culture.
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“This book that you are going to read is going to make you imagine the North. It felt like I was there, that I left my body and became a part of those people, especially when they were seal-hunting…It makes me so proud of being alive and my Inuk-ness. This is how we live as Inuit; we are different in some ways from other cultures, through both happiness and hard times. I think you might be touched by this book.”
—Myna Ishulutak, Inuktitut instructor and filmmaker.