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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 ...

Running Unconscious

By Peter McPhee
Categories: Poetry

Running Unconscious is the first collection of poetry by Toronto poet and poetry promoter Peter McPhee. 'Never Trust a Polar Bear in Shades,' 'Leaning against a lamppost at the corner of King and Diversity,' ...

Spiral Agitator

By Steve Venright
Categories: Poetry

Steve Venright, the true heir to the literary legacy of Henri Michau, Christopher Dewdney and Jorge Luis Borges, is the only surrealist ever to come from Sarnia, Ontario. Spiral Agitator , his fourth ...

Smell It

By Hal Niedzviecki
Categories: Fiction

The debut collection of visceral short fiction from notorious Toronto writer, editor, indie commentator and small ?-press overlord Hal Niedzviecki, Smell It lances the boil of urban life and sticks its ...

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 Lillian Lectures

By Wendy Agnew
Categories: Poetry

Hide under your bed! Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret meets South Park in The Lillian Lectures , a collection of short poems and cheerfully nasty illustrations that will turn your universe on its ...

The Inkblot Record

By Dan Farrell
Categories: Poetry

The Inkblot Record is poet Dan Farrell's examination of the discourse of the (in)famous Rorschach inkblot test. It is a compelling work, by turns hilarious and poignant; it will change the way you view ...

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 ...

Unrehearsed Beauty

By Jacob Wren
Categories: Poetry

The Artist Formerly Known As Death Waits christens his new public persona with the release of 'a series of theatrical proposals to be repeated, discarded, performed simultaneously and/or recombined in ...

The Farm Show

By Ted Johns, & Paul Thompson
Categories: Drama

'This is a record of our version of grassroots theatre. The idea was to take a group of actors out to a farming community and build a play of what we could see and learn. There is no story or "plot" as ...