Chimwemwe Undi is a poet with work appearing in Brick, Border Crossing, Room Magazine and others. She is an editor at CV2 and a CBC Future 40 recipient. She holds an MA in linguistics from York University and is an articling student on Treaty 1 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
- Chimwemwe Undi
May 4, 2023
Blog Post, CCEDNet
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