Night Became Years

By Jason Stefanik

Night Became Years
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Night Became Years is poetry in the sauntering tradition of the flâneur. Stefanik loafers his way over sacred geography and explores his own mixed heritage through the lexicon of Elizabethan canting language. Comparing the terminology of fifteenth- ­century English beggar ... Read more


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Night Became Years is poetry in the sauntering tradition of the flâneur. Stefanik loafers his way over sacred geography and explores his own mixed heritage through the lexicon of Elizabethan canting language. Comparing the terminology of fifteenth- ­century English beggar vernacular with a contemporary Canadian inner ­-city worldview, the poems in Night Became Years unfold as separate entities while at the same time forming alarger narrative on the possibilities of poetry today and the nature of mixed ­-blood identity.

Jason Stefanik

Jason Stefanik proudly resides in Winnipeg's gritty North End. A poet, publisher, and propagandist, he is a second generation adoptee, of mixed and mysterious background.

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