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Said Like Reeds or Things

By Mark Truscott
Categories: Poetry

Warning: this book may encourage a series of ungrammatical thoughts!

Welcome to the poetic landscape of Mark Truscott, where less is more than you bargained for. Said Like Reeds or Things is a book of micropoetic ...

The Sink House

By Julia Williams
Categories: Poetry

Home is where the heart is, or, in the case of The Sink House, home is what the heart is. Sequestered on a sleepy street in a dry Calgary suburb, our heroine, the House, finds herself embroiled in a stalled ...

Hello Serotonin

By Jon Paul Fiorentino
Categories: Poetry

Contemporary Canadian poetry got you down? Well, we'd like to prescribe a little Hello Serotonin, the latest in mood-enhancing poetry anti-depressants.

This new book of poems from Jon Paul Fiorentino ...

The Ubiquitous Big

By Ian Samuels
Categories: Poetry

You've heard of The Big Sleep, right? Well, it's a new century – time for The Ubiquitous Big

Anyone with even a modest fetish for cultural icons from the 40s and 50s will love the way pulp fiction, fashion, ...

Konfessions of an Elizabethan Fan Dancer

By bp Nichol
Categories: Poetry

Better break out your sledgehammer – it's time for a little concrete! Concrete poetry, that is. Concrete what? Well, it's poetry that's a lot like art – its meaning comes from what it looks like instead ...

Moby Jane

By Gerry Gilbert
Categories: Poetry

Why, it's a whale of a book! Here comes Moby Jane – again! Originally published in 1987 and long out of print, Moby Jane contains ten years' worth of Gilbert, poem by poem, that literally spill out over ...

This Imagined Permanence

By Nathalie Stephens
Categories: Poetry

'What if …?' is one of the constant themes in human life – all the choices not made, things not done, lives not lived. In This Imagined Permanence, Stephens's second collection of poetry, she traces ...

Now You Care

By Di Brandt
Categories: Poetry

Nominated for a Griffin Poetry Prize

In Now You Care, her fifth collection of poetry, Di Brandt voices a passionate argument against environmental degradation and a plea for psychic transformation in our ...

Parlance

By Suzanne Zelazo
Categories: Poetry

The poems in Parlance thrash against the matrix of their own referential nature using a series of linguistic echoes that reference writers like the 'maternal' Virginia Woolf or the 'paternal' Leonard Cohen. ...

Paper City

By Nathalie Stephens
Categories: Poetry

In a Paper City write nothing down. So commands this text, which dismantles itself as it charts its own admonished course, navigating the interstices between English and French, the author's two mother ...