Description of the Book:

Interlacing family history and spirituality with experiences from her childhood and teenage years, Mendez weaves a powerful collection of poetry that explores the impact of colonial, ancestral, intergenerational, and sexual trauma.

Wounded Healer

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  • Author Name : Emma Mendez
    About the Author : Emma Mendez is the daughter of Mexican immigrants and a reclaiming mixed-Indigenous “mestiza,” who strives to help create a decolonized world free of oppression and injustice. She uses her creative works as a form of resistance, healing, magic, and exploration of the self as well as the collective. Currently an undergraduate student, she lives, creates, and studies on the stolen and ancestral lands of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh peoples, so-called Vancouver, Canada. Her work has been published as part of ParkerART Salon's the “poetry project” and in the literary magazine, The Liar.Emma Mendez is the daughter of Mexican immigrants and a reclaiming mixed-Indigenous “mestiza,” who strives to help create a decolonized world free of oppression and injustice. She uses her creative works as a form of resistance, healing, magic, and exploration of the self as well as the collective. Currently an undergraduate student, she lives, creates, and studies on the stolen and ancestral lands of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh peoples, so-called Vancouver, Canada. Her work has been published as part of ParkerART Salon's the “poetry project” and in the literary magazine, The Liar.