Crossing a Grave in Harmonium by David Groulx (phafours press, 2020) has 18 deft, moving and lacerating poems. Here’s one: Daydreaming in Blood My blood’s red like a star dying like the marsh inside my veins the horses, much, shoulder deep heaving out a single thoughts: blood, a place I sometimes go $12 including domestic […]
Studio Nouveau has been popping up for a little while with readings and workshops as a branch of phafours press. Currently underway is a more intensive workshop of 8 weeks focussing on deep reads and making news poems and chapbooks. See the syllabus. Coming in February is a comparable series, 8-weeks but accessible to anyone, […]
Not VW Beetles and mini cars but Monty’s microfauna. If I have the heart to cut its price, it’ll be half off. $6 which is ridiculously cheap. And a mini I lost. I found a file from 2011 that I don’t think I ever brought to the fair so it’s getting reissued. A whole dozen […]
New from Terry Ann Carter. Coming to the Ottawa small press fair, Nov 7th. See all the phafours press, fall 2015. Etsy links coming eventually in the month.
No sugar added. 100% ghoul and ghost free. (Probably.) A selection of haiku by grant d savage coming to the Ottawa small press fair. (Free but donations accepted.) A roundup of haiku, senryu and tanka poems I’ve had published over the last 6 or 7 years. Also at the small press fair. Also a post […]
Ottawa small press fair, Nov 7th has a chapbook or few that are new from phafours including this of discussion and a chain of poems. There’ll be a first ever sale of chapbooks on up to half-off at phafours’ table — $4 and $5 each to clear the warehouse closet. On sale will be: this […]
Now on 28lb paper in colour. Guy Simser has written a suite of war poems including, Srebrenica Fruit of the Balkans dug up from under plum trees wrist-bound and bootless They will be at Haiku North America and the Ottawa small press fair along with one more title, still to come.
Thanks to rob mclennan for the notice or Anita Dolman and Michael Dennis’ mini chapbooks from phafours.