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Tulpa

By Louise Bak
Categories: Poetry

In Buddhist mysticism, a 'tulpa' is a magical entity created by intensely concentrated thought. In other words, a perfect metaphor for a book of poetry. Tulpa, Louise Bak's second Coach House book, continues ...

Honeymoon Suite/Letter Drop

By Victor Coleman
Illustrated by David Bulduc
Categories: Poetry

First published in large format by Underwhich Editions in 1990, Honeymoon Suite is both an erotically charged serial poem by Victor Coleman and a series of drawings by painter David Bolduc. This new edition ...

At Issue

By Karen Mac Cormack
Categories: Poetry

Karen Mac Cormack, in collaboration with British poet Alan Halsey, made a terrific splash with FIT TO PRINT, an examination of the poetic possibilities of the newspaper column. She's back now, with At ...

Busted

By Nancy Shaw, & Catriona Strang
Categories: Poetry

Busted is a poetic inspection into the rhetoric of things: governance, nation, hockey, language and liberty. A book of poems about the social forces that control us, and the way that we relate to those ...

Lip Service

By Bruce Andrews
Categories: Poetry

At nearly 400 pages in length, Lip Service is Bruce Andrews' major poetry work of the 1990s. The book is divided into ten 'planets' corresponding to the ten 'bodies' of the Paradiso, each of which is ...

Seven Pages Missing Volume 1

By Steve McCaffery
Categories: Poetry

In two massive volumes, Steve McCaffery, Canada's most challenging, experimental and innovative poet/critic amasses the best of his previously published and ungathered work.

From the early concrete and ...

Words of Wisdom from a Man Claiming to be Fred Rogers

By Daniel Wincenty
Categories: Poetry

Words of Wisdom from a Man Claiming to be Fred Rogers is a box of 29 blurry polaroids. Muted, dark, indeterminate - they convey a sense of loss, uncertainty, ambivalence, which is heightened by the random ...

Fidget

By Kenneth Goldsmith
Categories: Poetry

Fidget is writer Kenneth Goldsmith's transcription of every movement made by his body during 13 hours on Bloomsday (June 16) 1997. It is a hypnotic work, strangely compelling and disorienting at the same ...

Zygal

By bp Nichol
Categories: Poetry

Originally twelve years in the making! Featuring a cast of thousands. It still stars the letter H, and introduces Probable Systems, Negatives, and the Actual Life of Language! Your heart will pound as ...

Ad Sanctos

By bp Nichol
Categories: Poetry

All of Nichol's work is stamped by his desire to create texts that are engaging in themselves as well as in context, and to use indirect structural and textual devices to carry meaning. In The Martyrology ...