Raelee Lancaster



Raelee Lancaster Reviews Alison Whittaker’s Blakwork

My sister and I devoured Blakwork. She’s nine and I’m not sure if she understood most of what Alison Whittaker talks about in this collection, but it resonated with her. With both of us.

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paper crane

he was locked inside a three-inch tall ivory cage suspended by a hook that wrapped around a bulletin pin on a blue-felt board above my bed he sat perched on the small crisscrossed base vertical bars stretched around his oily …

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