Rife with colloquialisms, irony and a healthy dose of sass, the poems
collected in Bec and Call refuse to be silent or subtle; instead they delve
into the explicit, the audacious, the boldly personal. Bec and Call subverts
the notion of female sexuality as male appeasement, the French wordplay
in the title using the meaning of “bec”—a kiss, mouthpiece or beak—to
complicate notions of compliance and submission. The roles of acadienne
and feminist come with the responsibility of speaking up, and Bec and Call
is a means of vocalizing the societal dérangement of Acadian culture
amidst the difficulties women encounter as a result of rape culture and anti-feminism.

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