Come and visit with Cree poet Selina Boan and Cree-Metis writer Samantha Nock. Growing up, visiting with kin was an essential part of childhood. Watching aunties and uncles sit at the table and share news, gossip, and jokes over a hot cup of Red Rose is a key memory for Samantha, and she wants to invite her kin to simply visit with her. Join them as they discuss Selina's poetry book debut, Undoing Hours (Nightwood Editions), being young urban Indigenous women in the city, and being an Indigenous poet. This is less an interview and more an intimate look at two friends getting to sit down and visit after a long time apart, and you're invited.