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Where Wild Flowers Grow

Artist
Maryse Larivière
Date
2015
Publisher
Kunstverein Toronto
Format
Artists' Books
Genre
Poetry, Short Stories
Description

Where Wild Flowers Grow compiles for the first time a selection of Larivière’s otherworldly poems and stories of love, death and art. Comical in tone, the book is a less-than-gentle reminder that love is possible and that communication, especially with ghosts, is never an easy thing.

  1. where wild flowers grow
 

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