anglepoise is a conversation in poems between two women over 220 years. It references the work of Elizabeth Posthuma Gwillim Simcoe, author, painter, and mapmaker, who lived in Canada (Turtle Island) 1791-96. Often in a canvas tent, often reading by candlelight.
In Doorways, memory is a veil through which time passes. Photographs, poetry, and prose form a loop around which the reader may circle to find that perhaps the past hasn’t happened yet.