Kim Trainor's second book, Ledi (Book*hug, 2018) narrates the excavation of an Iron Age horsewoman's tomb in the steppes of Siberia. She lives in Vancouver.
Photo credit: Kim Trainor
What are you working on?
After a year of writing a series of bastardized North American ghazals for a collection called Bluegrass, I'm working on some longer-line poems that seem to converge on climate change, Lurianic kabbalah, love, and sex. I might call the sequence "Wildfire."