we are no longer the smart kids in class

By David Huebert

we are no longer the smart kids in class
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From the drunk tank to the graduate seminar, We Are No Longer The Smart Kids In Class asks what it means to think and be, play and learn, ride bikes and make love in a world of depleting resources, technological proliferation, and corroding ecosystems. This collection contemplates ... Read more


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From the drunk tank to the graduate seminar, We Are No Longer The Smart Kids In Class asks what it means to think and be, play and learn, ride bikes and make love in a world of depleting resources, technological proliferation, and corroding ecosystems. This collection contemplates moustaches, mountains, and oceans from Halifax to Victoria, always wondering how poetry matters to the heaving, melting, masturbating world it dramatizes.

David Huebert

David Huebert has won The Walrus Poetry Prize, the CBC Short Story Prize, and his fiction debut, Peninsula Sinking, won the Jim Connors Dartmouth Book Award. David's poems have been published in magazines such as Prairie Fire, Event, and The Walrus. He lives, writes, and teaches in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in Mi'kma'ki. 

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