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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. ...

Prismatic Publics

Edited by Kate Eichhorn, & Heather Milne
Categories: Poetry

Nicole Brossard, Margaret Christakos, Susan Holbrook, Dorothy Trujillo Lusk, Karen Mac Cormack, Daphne Marlatt, Erín Moure, M. NourbeSe Philip, Sina Queyras, Lisa Robertson, Gail Scott, Nathalie Stephens, ...

Practical Dreamers

By Mike Hoolboom
Edited by Mike Hoolboom
Categories: Performing Arts

‘The streets are full of admirable craftsmen, but so few practical dreamers.’ – Man Ray

Welcome to the world of fringe movies. Here, artists have been busy putting queer shoulders to the wheels, ...

Probably Inevitable

By Matthew Tierney
Categories: Poetry

Winner of the Trillium Book Award for Poetry (2013)

If it were necessary to tell someone where I am,
I’d say the spheres of Kepler resonate like icicles.
I’d say I have loved.

These are high-energy ...

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. ...

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 ...

Rhapsodomancy

Reading is slow, and writing is slower. Words are old-fashioned. Why not consider the communication of the future? In 1837, Sir Isaac Pitman began a sixty-year obsession with producing a system of shorthand ...

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,' ...

Queen Solomon

By Tamara Faith Berger
Categories: Fiction

The erotic awakening and mental disintegration of an intense young man who leaves home and enters the phantasm of Israel.It's just another boring summer for our teenaged narrator - until Barbra arrives. ...

Primitive

By Gil Adamson
Categories: Poetry

Published in 1991, when Gil Adamson was in her 20s, by Coach House Press, Primitive explores the perils of family, the freedom of the road ... -à sex, cars and lack of sleep. And lizards. 'The gaze is ...