Maureen Selwood

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“Selwood grapples with notions of dislocation, grief and loss… The result is indeed akin to poetry, in its piercing sadness that is at once palpable and ephemeral.”

– Holly Willis

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“Extrapolating on gestures of resistance and female empowerment...that not only expand on the essential dialogue of women’s work, but also amplifies our own imaginative relationship to it.”

–Eve Wood