Books tagged: Poetry

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Coït

By Chantal Neveu
Translated by Angela Carr

In Coit, minimalist traces of language cling to a series of mapped channels. Every channel is a tenuous archive of choreographed gestures recorded by the poet from the edges of dance stages. Here, spaces hold words and words hold movement. A book marked by inexhaustible passages, ... Read more

Collected Works of Pat Lowther, The

Edited by Christine Wiesenthal
By Pat Lowther

The Collected Works of Pat Lowther brings together, for the first time, the complete contents of the poetry editions published by Pat Lowther. All currently out-of-print, these works are supplemented by never-before-collected and unpublished works, including the fifteen poems ... Read more

Combustion

By Lorri Neilsen Glenn

Lorri Neilsen Glenn's poems welcome the reader into a place where the strange is made familiar and the familiar reveals its own magic. Here the combustible materials of childhood and old age are always potentially present, and the attention paid them multi-dimensional. Her poems ... Read more

Come cold river

By Karen Connelly

In Karen Connelly's first collection of poetry since The Border Surrounds Us, the poet offers up a searing, complex portrayal of her troubled family. Refracted, augmented, drawn through various cities, streets and fields, over mountain ranges and foreign landscapes, this portrayal ... Read more

Concrete and Wild Carrot

By Margaret Avison

Winner of the 2003 Griffin Poetry Prize and of the 2003 CAA Jack Chalmers Poetry Award and Globe 100 book for 2003

In Margaret Avison's new poems, little pleasures are bound up with larger ones. Her slightest subjects -- beloved Toronto parks with their population of oaks, firs, ... Read more

Conflict

By Christine McNair

SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2013 OTTAWA BOOK AWARD
SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2013 ARCHIBALD LAMPMAN AWARD
SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2013 RELIT AWARD

Conflict interweaves ghosts, bad communication, the uncanny and the archival, to create a collection of poems that break down remembrance into abandoned ... Read more

Cosmographia

By Michael Boughn

Butt out, Dante. Move over, Milton. Piss off, Pound. Outta the way, Olson. Here comes Cosmographia ï?? a post-Lucretian faux micro-epic, the latest ground breaking incursion into the ever popular spectacle of the Epic Poem. Tracking the classic epic journey through the unfolding ... Read more