I occasionally do reviews. Here is a review of a poetry anthology in the “Best Canadian Poetry” annual series, the 2010 edition. Read the review here at Arc Poetry Magazine and if you’re interested, the anthology is published by Tightrope Books and you
I reviewed Sue Goyette’s poetry book outskirts for Arc Poetry Magazine. You can read the review here. The book is published by Brick Books and you can order it here: http://www.brickbooks.ca/shop/outskirts/.
Letters can line the catbox, or (catless?) compost— where every last promise shape-shifts to useful mush. Miniature painting from Iran – couldn’t its inlaid frame hold up the leg of that abandoned coffee table? Make a snow-dome for your desk,
Take it as imperative, the must assumed. Email often, every evening, even after just to say hey, or be forsaken. Surely there are instructions. Take notes on cue cards – now cut and cue to you in the Yaris driving
Wish not everything had to be so goddamn true, all the time. Wish for an open space for a lie, a gap in the teeth of my unlocked mouth. Wish feminism hadn’t given up on itself, eaten its young, sent