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Onion Man by Kathryn Mockler

In Onion Man, Kathryn Mockler's first book of poetry, we are introduced to a restless young couple working in a London Ontario, corn canning factory, and a sad immigrant from the former Yugoslavia, who tearlessly eats an onion every lunch hour. (Tightrope Books, trade paperback, $15.95)

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