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Poemw
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|April 30, 2016

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In poemw, the third finger of the left hand hits 'w' instead of 's' and makes up a new kind of poem, the sort-of poem, the approxi-lyric, the poem that doesn't want to claim poemness. Poemw are about daily things -- graffitti, hair, sea gulls, second-hand…
The Incident Report
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|April 27, 2009

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: In a Toronto library, home to the mad and the marginalized, notes appear, written by someone who believes he is Rigoletto, the hunchbacked jester from Verdi's opera. Convinced that the young librarian, Miriam, is his daughter, he promises to protect her from…
The Remainder
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|December 30, 2018

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A debut novel, a story of a poet, an archivist, and an art photographer; experiential in style, episodic, interspersed with memories. Themes of memory and human relationship to time recur. Questions arise about the remnants of human lives: what, if anything,…
Duke
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|March 11, 2015

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DUKE, Sara Tilley's second novel, is inspired by the letters and diaries of her great-grandfather, William Marmaduke Tilly, who left Newfoundland in 1905 to try to earn enough money to get his father's business out of debt. Duke works his way across the United…
Anderson
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|October 21, 2010

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Anderson is a mystery novel inspired by film noir and gothic/supernatural pulp fiction novels. It playfully keeps the reader guessing about what is real and what is fantasy, and uses elements of these pop-culture genres as metaphors of modern romance. The main…
Monkey
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|October 15, 2004

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Monkey is a post-cubist deconstructionist kung fu story told in a lyrical children's-book-like style. Author Michael Boyce explores organic vs. abstract disciplines, improvised vs. scripted practice, personal vs. institutional power, friendship vs. partnership,…
Small Arguments
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|December 4, 2003

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Reminiscent of Pablo Neruda's Elemental Odes, Small Arguments is a stunningly original debut by a gifted young poet. The language of Small Arguments is simple yet there is nothing simple in its ideas. The work touches on the structures of argument, orchestrating…
Sex Libris
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|April 1, 1997

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Antonella Brion is a Toronto-based designer and graphic artist.She has a black bicycle named Babs that she rides aroundthe city trails and rail beds of Ontario and Quebec. Sex Libris,her first book of poetry, was published in 1997 by Pedlar Press.
The Lady From Kent: A Story For Girls And Boys And Bees Dressed Up As Fleas And Crocodiles. Also…

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THE LADY FROM KENT, by Barbara Nichol, was written over a long period of time. First came a sketch, then a few verses. Then other verses came along. Nichol finished it on the coast of BC in the back kitchen of a house on Savary Island. Alone, she saw deer pass…
This Real
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|November 15, 2017

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"To be a mother in a post-9/11 world with a child whose name suggested an affiliation to terrorism; to keep my son safe against prejudice, raising him with love and care, but also ignorant about how to be a mother; these issues served the writing of this…
The.hope.
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|September 30, 2016

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Jack Kerouac's On The Road meets Iggy Pop. // Newfoundland is the site of one of the few successful campaigns of genocide in human history. That everything written in Newfoundland and Labrador doesn't address this Craig Francis Power finds shocking and telling.…
From The Archives Of Vidéo Populaire
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|March 30, 2016

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The four founders of a video production centre that started up in the 1970s share their experiences in this fictional 'oral history.' The founders are joined by dozens of artists who recount their impressions of Vidéo Populaire, based in Montreal. A moving…
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