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I Can Make Life, Nicole Breit's debut poetry collection, chronicles the poet's long journey to give birth to her son -- and to find peace. The collection explores the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual impact of fertility treatments, pregnancy, miscarriage, and birth. It was a finalist for the 2012 Mary Ballard Poetry Prize, and has been hailed by poet Laisha Rosnau as "devastating and beautiful...a gorgeous memoir in verse".


About the Author

Nicole Breit
sparrow23 Pacific Northwest, Canada

Nicole Breit is a writer based in Vancouver, Canada. She is the owner of Sparrow Writing + Editorial Services, the former Food Health editor for Thrifty & Green magazine, and a contributor to, where she writes about travel, parenting, green living, and more.

I Can Make Life is her debut poetry collection and was a finalist for the 2012 Mary Ballard poetry cometition. Learn more about Nicole at, or follow her on Twitter @NicoleBreit.

Publish Date  April 22, 2012

Dimensions  Trade  38 pgs Color printing (on white uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

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