Metropantheon

By Steven Artelle

Metropantheon
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Metropantheon imagines the mythological origins, the ecstatic rites, and the divine interventions that comprise the essential nature of cities -- the mythic hotels, the gods of coffee, street noise, and commuting, prayers to the lord of parking spaces and corporate ambition, ... Read more


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Metropantheon imagines the mythological origins, the ecstatic rites, and the divine interventions that comprise the essential nature of cities -- the mythic hotels, the gods of coffee, street noise, and commuting, prayers to the lord of parking spaces and corporate ambition, hymns to the muses of sex, death, and roller derby, and recurring tales of the legendary graffitichild, who ties together the advent and apocalypse of all cities.

Steven Artelle

Steven Artelle is a writer living in Ottawa, where he works at Library and Archives Canada. His poetry also has appeared in CV2, Vallum, and FreeFall, and in publications by above/ground press and Bywords. In 2013 his chapbook four hundred rabbits was published by AngelHousePress. Metropantheon is his first collection of poetry.

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