Outside the Hat

By Gary Barwin

Outside the Hat
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In Outside the Hat lies a landscape of CanaDada and SurRielism, populated by dancing medieval woodcuts, Franglais?-speaking dogs, sadistic provincial politicians and melodious bison. Including work culled from a plethora of micro?press chapbooks such as Mike Harris Made Me Eat ... Read more


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In Outside the Hat lies a landscape of CanaDada and SurRielism, populated by dancing medieval woodcuts, Franglais?-speaking dogs, sadistic provincial politicians and melodious bison. Including work culled from a plethora of micro?press chapbooks such as Mike Harris Made Me Eat My Dog, The Irridescent Phlegm of Bagpipers Glorious with Flu and The Stars Are a Pale Pox on the Sky's Dark Chicken, this is the definitive Gary Barwin collection: stranger than you (can) think.

Gary Barwin

Gary Barwin is a writer, composer, multimedia artist and the author of twenty books of poetry, fiction and books for children. His recent books include Yiddish for Pirates and the poetry collection Moon Baboon Canoe. A PhD in music composition, Barwin has been Writer-in-Residence at Western University, the Toronto Public Library and several shelters/custody facilities with ArtForms' Writers in the House program for at-risk youth. Born in Northern Ireland to South African parents of Ashkenazi descent, Barwin moved to Canada as a child. He lives in Hamilton, Ontario.

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