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Garden: On Diasporic Wilderness

Garden: On Diasporic Wilderness, Bloomers

Garden: On Diasporic Wilderness, BloomersGarden: On Diasporic Wilderness

Edited by Maija Sofia Mäkelä.


52 pages
148 x 209 mm
ISBN 9781838438135


Garden: On Diasporic Wilderness contains stories and perspectives from artists and writes based in Ireland, about experiences of migration through their lives, families and ancient ancestry. Contributors include Daniel Fraser, Isidora Durán Stewart, Sasha de Buyl, Sylvia Hill, Kerri Sonnenberg, Sophia Finucane, Katy Amos, Chiamaka Enyi Amadi, Zahra Khan, Nancy Wilde and Stella Taliadoros.
(source: blurb)

About the Editor
Maija Sofia Mäkelä is a musician, songwriter and artist who works between the overlapping worlds of sound, performance and text. Across various forms, her work and research explores language, shadowed histories, hauntings, diasporic identity, healing practices, ancestral grief, water, feminism, mysticism, traditional song archives and folklore.

About the Publisher
Bloomers is an artist lead publishing collective and arts organisation based in Ireland. Founded in 2018, Bloomers initially produced two issues of Bloomers Magazine per year – before switching to producing one annual issue of the magazine and additional titles made in collaboration with artists and writers based in Ireland.

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