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Dancing in Gumboots

Edited by Lou Allison
Selected by Jane Wilde

After the extraordinary success of GUMBOOT GIRLS comes the sequel anthology, DANCING IN GUMBOOTS. Having relocated to Comox, Jane encountered a new group of women who travelled to the Comox Valley in the 1970s. Fascinated by their stories, Lou Allison and Jane Wilde return to ... Read more

Divided

By Linda Frank

Looking deeply into humanity's interactions with the animal world, Linda Frank considers our fascination with and fear of nature, as well as our exploitation of all species. These poems catalogue not only the beautiful and sometimes deadly complexity of our natural world, but ... Read more

Listen Before Transmit

By Dani Couture

Dani Couture's latest poems are transmissions that travel across the cosmos, the spaces we live in, as well as within the more intimate distances we navigate between one another. Distances we hope to bridge with contact, often to profound or disastrous effects. With language ... Read more

Writer's Block: Katia Grubisic

Montreal-based writer and translator Katia Grubisic—whose most recent translations include Daughter of Here and Little Girl Gazelle (Linda Leith Publishing)—sat down Q&A-style with us to chat about her ideal writing day in a pandemic (a forest, water, books), her ... Read more

Boobs

Edited by Ruth Daniell

At turns heartbreaking and hilarious, BOOBS is a diverse collection of stories about the burdens, expectations and pleasures of having breasts. From the agony of puberty and angst of adolescence to the anxiety of aging, these stories and poems go beyond the usual images of breasts ... Read more

Eating Matters

By Kara-Lee MacDonald

Kara-lee MacDonald is a survivor. The poems in EATING MATTERS are sophisticated explorations of anorexia and bulimia, from within and in retrospect, as the semiautobiographical narrator faces and overcomes her complex drives and compulsions. Through a variety of poetic forms, ... Read more

Kids in Triage

By Kilby Smith-McGregor

From the winner of the 2010 RBC Bronwen Wallace Award comes a remarkable debut poetry collection. In a culture that is at once desensitized by the media while it fetishizes fear and outrage, how can we talk about emergencies, both public and private in a way that still communicates ... Read more

Dear Ghost,

By Catherine Owen

Catherine Owen's latest collection is an extended love letter to her poetic influences and to the real-world objects, people, places and situations that fascinate her. Inspired by the work of John Ashbery, among others, in Dear Ghost, Owen returns to the kooky imagery and humorous ... Read more

Beautiful Books: Acha Bacha

Debut playwright Bilal Baig of the emotional heavy-hitter  Acha Bacha (Playwrights Canada Press) — a play about the intersections between queerness, gender identity and Islamic culture in the Pakistani diaspora — sits down with cover designer Harmeet Rehal to talk ... Read more

Under the Cover: Poet Phil Hall on the evolving art of self-portraiture

Poet Phil Hall discusses the cover artwork on his latest collection Niagara & Government (Pedlar Press) and the evolution of his own self-portrait and artwork – from edgy, '80s Elvis Costello vibes to watercolour and collage – and the eternal nature of a pair of classic ... Read more