Cora Siré writes poetry, essays and fiction. Her poems have appeared in Descant, the Literary Review of Canada, The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2009 (Tightrope Books) and Sus huellas son letras (Éditions Alondras, 2011). Born in Canada, she often writes of elsewheres, both real and imaginary, drawing on her encounters in realms ranging from Argentina to Vietnam and her family’s history of displacement. She lives in Montréal.
Posted on: Friday, May 26, 2017
Sivan Slapak at The New Quarterlery features Behold Things Beautiful by Cora Siré in "Who's Reading What for Issue 147". Check out the full posting at: https://tnq.ca/whos-reading-issue-142/
Posted on: Friday, February 10, 2017
Jade Colbert features Behold Things Beautiful by Cora Siré for the Globe and Mail Book Reviews.
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Posted on: Wednesday, July 27, 2016
AquariansThe poem can be found on page 29, Issue no. 101 for Summer 2016.
From Signs of Subversive Innocents. Published by Signature Editions in 2014. Siré writes poetry, essays and fiction. She lives in Montreal.