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Leanne Dunic

Leanne Dunic is a Vancouver based multidisciplinary artist, musician and writer. Dunic was born in Canada to parents with Chinese and Croatian ancestry. Dunic’s published writings include poetry, fiction and non-fiction. She was the 2015 winner of the Alice Munro Short Story Contest She has published a couple of chapbooks including Accretion (Onzieme Press, 2012), Swimming Sense (Leaf Press) and  Day After Day (Bitterzoet Press, 2014). To Love the Coming End is her first full-length collection.

Poetry

One and Half of You

Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2021.

Publisher’s Synopsis (From its website)

One and Half of You is a memoir that begins with the author’s growing up biracial on rural Vancouver Island. Not fitting in at school, she turns for comfort to her brother, who is in many ways the opposite of her. Only when she moves from the Island to the mainland does she meet another like her. Through sinuous language, risk, and surprising humour, this hybrid work explores sibling and romantic love, and the complexities of being a biracial person looking for completion in another. Includes links to recordings of three songs.

Poetry

To Love the Coming End

Toronto: BookThug, 2017.
PS8607.U535 T65 2017

Publisher’s Synopsis (From its website)

In To Love the Coming End, a disillusioned author obsessed with natural disasters and ‘the curse of 11’ reflects on their own personal earthquake: the loss of a loved one. A lyric travelogue that moves between Singapore, Canada, and Japan, this debut from Leanne Dunic captures what it’s like to be united while simultaneously separated from the global experience of trauma, history, and loss that colour our everyday lives.

Links

Leanne Dunic’s personal website

Publisher Book*hug Press

Publisher Talonbooks