Chapbook Spotlight: Sex in Sevens

This is an addition to the CanLit poetic tradition of sex-at followed by a few (Barry McKinnon, Brian Fawcett, George Stanley, Artie Gold, rob mclennan, Mark Cochrane and Kate Van Dusen) of checking in with how sex is every few years. sex at 38 ii: I don’t want to washthe sheets. it would lose the […]

Chapbook Spotlight: Quebec Passages

the quickness travel reduces us to the excretory feeding tubes that we are. baby birds, all of us. dim, too dim to see. give me a flashlight to glow the pink stretch between the translucent beaks of books. will mother return? should the food cart not return, should it return empty except for the sound […]

Chapbook spotlight: Vertigoheel

god as my colophon, devil as my colon: a scarf and a necklace are decorations of defiance. after a lifetime-promise: female means choked, I swear a name ripens on my tongue,  its juice loosens my teeth, its sweetness  more acidic than it tasted on the way down. not easy to float in a water-filled boat. […]

Chapbook spotlight: boathouse

Boathouse (pronounced Oath in the Boathouse) explores experimental edges and seams of language. winter sleepless by a rim, a plate presses under anotherautofellatio, earth’s crust consumes itself here velocity lords of cauliflower meltsthe plow scrape, tuberculosis-long bloodshot real estate philosophersreiterate in bone, location loca 2 a.m. lounge logic has flour glossiness in longitudinal closets of too […]