Toronto poet Domenico Capilongo has lived in Swift Current and Vancouver. His poetic debut is both skilled and experimental.
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Some launches and reading series hit your calendars this week, as well as the Griffin Poetry Prize Readings (fingers crossed for all of the excellent nominees!).
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