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Continuity Errors

By Catriona Wright
Categories: Poetry

Feminist poems both serious and absurd that question our obsession with productivity instead of with care.

?? Continuity Errors questions the privileging of work and productivity over rest and care from ...

The Animal in the Room

By Meghan Kemp-Gee
Categories: Poetry

Deer with binoculars, wolves with resumes: bioengineered poetry that unsettles truth, fact, and history.

Animals are strange testing grounds for thinking about subjectivity, language, the body - really, ...

Slows: Twice

By T. Liem
Categories: Poetry

Backward and forward: a double book of mirrored poems about identity in all its forms.

This is a book of slow hours, days, and years—how they can collapse into one another, how it can feel like we are ...

Fire Cider Rain

By Rhiannon Ng Cheng Hin
Categories: Poetry

Poetry that navigates the science of cold waterways to consider the warmth of the poet’s Chinese-Mauritian family ties

Fire Cider Rain is about the limits to which shared cultural and geographic histories ...

Test Piece

By Sheryda Warrener
Categories: Poetry

Ways of Seeing meets Mary Ruefle in these visual-art-inflected poems

Though they started from Sheryda Warrener’s impulse to see herself more clearly, the poems in Test Piece ended up becoming more expansive ...

Surface Tension

By Derek Beaulieu
Categories: Poetry

Typography meets poetry at a Pink Floyd laser-light show

In Surface Tension, poetry is liquefied. Flowing away from meaning, letters and words gather and pool into puddles of poetry; street signs and logos ...

Boat

By Lisa Robertson
Categories: Poetry

From the author of The Baudelaire Fractal, a poetry classic, with new work

In 2004, boldly original poet Lisa Robertson published a chapbook, Rousseau’s Boat, poems culled from years of notebooks that ...

Whitemud Walking

By Matthew James Weigel
Categories: Poetry

An Indigenous resistance historiography, poetry that interrogates the colonial violence of the archive

Whitemud Walking is about the land Matthew Weigel was born on and the institutions that occupy that ...

After Beowulf

By Nicole Markotic
Categories: Poetry

hwæt, another Beowulf translation? Not exactly…

Welcome to Denmark’s Heorot Hall, where King Hrothgar invites to his banquet table everyone but Grendel, Saxon’s cradle-made monster. Dissing this ...

Heady Bloom

By Andrew Faulkner
Categories: Poetry

A buddy-cop dramedy starring a bottle of Advil and a headache that won’t quit

Imagine you’re standing in a room, and someone on the other side of the door won’t stop knocking – ever. Welcome to ...