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Buddyland

By Clint Burnham
Categories: Poetry

The original Vancouver Subhumans meet Wyndham Lewis in a back alley, beat the hell out of him, take all of his money, use it to buy drugs and booze, then sit down in a seedy Gastown bar and begin to write ...

Candy from Strangers

By Diana Hartog
Categories: Poetry

Witty, wonderful and disturbing all at the same time, Candy from Strangers, Diana Hartog's second book, sparkles with the same unforgettable images and turns of phrase as her award-winning Matinee Light ...

dyslexicon

By Stephen Cain
Categories: Poetry

A double-lunged bong hit of mid-Eighties post-punk college rock, Gertrude Stein, art films, and the comedic legacy of Laurel and Hardy (including such great standup teams as HD and Ezra Pound, Jesus and ...

Polaroids

By Lillian Necakov
Categories: Poetry

Although firmly rooted in the real, Lillian Necakov's evocations of 'movie magic' prove irresistible in these forty poems and five collages. Ranging across dozens of films, ? from Wim Wenders's Wings ...

Polite to Bees

By Diana Hartog
Categories: Poetry

'Diana Hartog writes as if she has been prying open a nest of animal dreams — ? all the beasts in this bestiary have been caught without their shells on. The writing is sly, charming, wicked and funny. ...

Matinee Light

By Diana Hartog
Categories: Poetry

Winner of the 1983 Pat Lowther Award

Hartog's first collection of poetry is a marvellous, luminous book from a writer with a sure wit, an abundance of feeling and a profound sense of the absurdity and ...

Articles of Faith

By Douglas Clark
Categories: Poetry

A beautiful conjunction of the late Douglas Clark's minimalist poetry and photography, this book transforms the mundane detritus of our collective past into a series of contemporary illuminations.

'Articles ...

sensory deprivation

By damian lopes
Categories: Poetry

At long last, this double-barrelled collection of visual poetry, sensory deprivation and dream poetics, by damian lopes is now in print. Considered visual essays by the author, sensory deprivation explores ...

The Better Part of Heaven

By Ken Norris
Categories: Poetry

In The Better Part of Heaven Ken Norris deepens and extends both the form and content of his expanding body of work. A poetic journal of a journey through the South Pacific, it builds on both the Japanese ...

This is Me Since Yesterday

By Alexandra Leggat
Categories: Poetry

Alexandra Leggat, the author of Moondogging and numerous book and music reviews, puts on the page the remarkable texts that she is renowned for performing at spoken word events all over Toronto.