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Olivia Findlay was born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1973. She lived in Jo’burg and made her mark in the fashion industry in the country. Her first collection of poetry, A Song to Keep, explores themes of loss and longing, belonging and placelessness. The poems are pierced with fierce hope, faith in redemption, and a determination that we should all belong, which perhaps only the truly dispossessed can give voice to.