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The Marrow of Longing

Celeste Nazeli Snowber

The Marrow of Longing

Be swept into The Marrow of Longing 

An exploration of Armenian heritage uncovers universal themes of longing and belonging. 

The Marrow of Longing, Simon Fraser University professor Celeste Snowber’s deeply personal and interpersonal third book of poetry, traces the inherited trauma of the Armenian genocide, lessons learned in kitchen conversations, fragmented memories of grandparents, parents’ love letters, prayers in the night, and bodily yearnings. “Fragments can hold a world,” she says. A descendent of genocide survivors, she explores relationships between longing, belonging, and identity, uncovering universal themes that guide readers to what has shaped their own lives.


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