Originally from Brampton, Ont., poet Rupi Kaur rose to prominence on Instagram, where she shares her poetry and simple line illustrations with more than 4 million followers.
She has published three books of poetry, milk and honey, the sun and her flowers and home body, all of which landed on the New York Times bestseller list. Kaur's poetry explores the emotional depths of love, trauma, identity and feminism with concision and sincerity.
Her new book of guided poetry writing exercises, Healing Through Words, will be published in September 2022.
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