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(un)interrupted tongues, Paperback / softback Book

(un)interrupted tongues Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


Dal Kular is a Sheffield born and based writer of Punjabi/Sikh heritage.

She is a facilitator, tutor and mentor specialising in creative writing arts for healing. (un)interrupted tongues unfolds Kular's creative journey and life as a working-class woman of colour.

Written and created intuitively, Kular seeks to unravel the past, in order to understand the present and to heal.

Here, unbelonging is power. These poems are love letters to the reader, to never give up on creative dreams.


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