Excerpts from The Work Is Done When We Are Dead

By Jade Wallace
1. How Can a Boss Be Good?
Headshot of Jade Wallace

Jade Wallace (they/them) is a long-time legal clinic worker, book reviews editor for Carousel, and co-founder of the collaborative writing entity MA|DE. Wallace's debut poetry collection, Love Is A Place But You Cannot Live There, was recently published by Guernica Editions, and MA|DE's fourth chapbook is out now from Jackpine Press. Wallace is currently labouring over their sophomore poetry collection, The Work is Done When We Are Dead.

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