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We Come From The Same Light

by Danielle Fournier & Christine Tipper

To read Danielle Fournier is to plunge into the centre of a woman's heart and body - a heart that continues to beat, to search and to hope spurred on by a sensual, desirable - and desiring - body. Not only physical...


Twohundredandfourpoems

by Roger Des Roches & Antonio D'Alfonso

Translated by award-winning author Antonio D'Alfonso, this collection presents four books by prolific Quebec writer Roger Des Roches. Considered by many scholars and critics to be one of the founders of modernity...


The Ecstatic Torture of Gratitude

by Jill Batson

Jill Battson's highly anticipated new collection of poems, The Ecstatic Torture of Gratitude, pushes deep into the heart of the human condition. In lush and visceral language Jill explores loss, beauty, nature,...


Smile, you're getting old!

by Évelyne Wilwerth & Christine Tipper

Surely a woman who chooses a white rat as a pet and calls him Mr. Loverat is worthy of our attention. Ginny is slightly crazy - she takes her rat to a posh restaurant! And she jumps on the helter-skelter ride...


Amphetamine Heart

by Liz Worth

Filtered through insomnia and distress signals, Amphetamine Heart pumps out an atonal pulse over flashes of lowered inhibitions. Channelling punk and heavy metal influences, this poetry collection's soundtrack...


Bending The Continuum

by Dane Swan

The poems in Bending the Continuum are slave to no genre. Science-fiction, alternative realities, and time are fluid. Form, voice and space in this collection borrow from multiple canons. Dane's first book...


Paramita, Little Black

by Suzanne Robertson

In her first collection of poems, Suzanne Robertson meditates on the nature of intimacy; the connective tissue that binds stranger to stranger, human to animal, soul to landscape, heart to mind. Inspired by...


The Cure Is A Forest

by Desi Di Nardo

The Cure Is a Forest probes the various processes of growth and transformation among all living things in deep ecology. An element of animism permeates throughout the poems which are set in and against the...


A Choice of Uppercuts

by Oliver Scharpf & Marco Sonzogni

Scharpf's poems can be defined as expanded haiku. In spite of their brevity, however, they are suited to record physical and emotional journeys. Scharpf's verse has a distinctive colloquial diction: a sort of...


My Father's Hands

by Karen Shenfeld

My Father's Hands Spoke in Yiddish' is a powerful collection. Karen Shenfeld's poems are filled with passionate sensuality, triggered by dazzling memories of people and places. There are short lyric poems that...


Light and Time

by Michael Mirolla

Michael Mirolla's poetic world is one where a mirror, or any simple reflective item is tilted ever so slightly, providing an opening to places we never imagined existed. (One of them is his own birth, from the...


Floating Bodies

by Julie Roorda

Bodies float in rapture, and in death, transported by waves of pleasure, or lapped by failure, fallen, having flown too close to the sun. The poems in this collection are at once macabre and ecstatic, probing...


Exhale, Exhale

by Cristina Perissinotto

Exhale, Exhale explores the many facets of love, including nostalgia, separation, and newly-found happiness. These terse poems describe various passages of a love story unravelling between two continents, from...


The All Nighter's Radio

by M. Travis Lane

Lane is a pluralist in outlook and technique whose work, over the years, has explored civic space, domestic space, wilderness space, and interiorized psychic spaces. I've long enjoyed Lane's openness to idiosyncrasy...


The Man Who Delivers Clouds

by José|D'Alfonso, Antonio Acquelin

This selection of poems offers the reader a good introduction to a poet of oxymorons, the poet who brings light out of the darkness. Born and living in Montreal, José Acquelin is known to be a poet open wide...


Marimba Forever

by Jim Christy

The poetry in Marimba Forever is concerned with love and longing, which the author displays in all their multifarious guises. Many of the poems can be regarded as small films: nourish, action, farce or slapstick;...


Slender Human Weight

by Sue Chenette

In Slender Human Weight, Sue Chenette explores a world both familiar and mysterious. She finds, in her mother's attic, in the French countryside, and in her own home, the richness of physical objects as they...


Exploding Into Night

by Sandy Pool

In Exploding into Night, Sandy Pool delves into the heart of a grisly murder that took place in the Parkdale area of Toronto. With its dazzling turns and deafening silence, this narrative poem is a stark reappraisal...


Three Stations

by Antonella Anedda & Ann Snodgrass

Antonella Anedda (Anedda-Angioy) was born in Rome to a Sardinian family and studied Art History both in Rome and Venice. She has taught at the University of Siena-Arezzo, worked for the journal Il Manifesto,...


What We Pass On: Collected Poems: 1980-2009

by Maria Mazziotti Gillan

In What We Pass On: Collected Poems: 1980-2009, Maria Mazziotti Gillan weaves a tapestry of one woman's life - wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, grand-daughter, Italian American. Reading these poems in one...