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How Soon Is Now?:

Spencer Butt's Slouching the Dream

This is veteran spoken-word performer Spencer Butt’s first trade print collection, documenting several pivotal years in the poet/protagonist’s life. One thing that spoken word is notorious for is being relentlessly transparent about late-youth crisis material, and Butt covers the territory unabashedly: wondering how long one can cling to the friendships and trappings of prolonged adolescence while seeing relationships mature and the body wear down, sailing on the wind of a damaged, dubious optimism. Read More
Wilding Land Acknowledgements:

Phoebe Wang's Admission Requirements

Phoebe Wang’s Admission Requirements is, from the title itself, a collection inflected with tender irony. Admission, here, appears in all its meanings: the act of letting in; the privilege of being allowed, and the price paid for it; the acceptance of difficult truths. Variations of the word “settler” appear throughout, in double entendres. One could think of Wang’s poetry as an introspective land acknowledgement. Read More
After All These Years:

Laisha Rosnau's Our Familiar Hunger

Laisha Rosnau’s latest book is a beautifully crafted suite of poems about generations of incredibly tough, joyous and risk-taking Ukrainian women whose stories mirror a spectrum of immigrant history, especially Canadian history. The poems range widely from past to present―from young women ending up on brutal Saskatchewan homesteads after the turn of the last century, fleeing the usual mix of poverty and patriarchy, to another generation of young women, one hundred years later, being bought and sold on Eastern European websites, trying to escape the same things―and in that combination and reach, the poems achieve a complex acoustic filled with hunger, voices and a silent persistence that survives. It’s a vast story. Read More

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Kayla CzagaFor Your Safety Please Hold On Reviewed by Phoebe Wang Ken BabstockOn Malice Reviewed by David Swartz Kerry-Lee PowellInheritance Reviewed by Phoebe Wang Len GaspariniMirror Image Reviewed by Patricia Keeney Liz HowardInfinite Citizen of the Shaking Tent Reviewed by E Martin Nolan Matthew ZapruderSun Bear Reviewed by Christopher Doda Naomi GuttmanThe Banquet of Donny & Ari Reviewed by Peter Richardson Patrick FriesenA Short History of Crazy Bone Reviewed by Harold Rhenisch Patrick LaneWashita Reviewed by Anouk H. Henri Priscila UppalSabotage Reviewed by Jennifer Delisle Rachel ZolfJaney’s Arcadia Reviewed by Shane Rhodes Rita Bouviernakamowin’sa for the seasons Reviewed by Marilyn Dumont Roland PrevostSingular Plurals Reviewed by Nina Jane Drystek Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jonathan Ball, ed.Why Poetry Sucks: An Anthology of Humorous Experimental Canadian Poetry Reviewed by rob mclennan Sarah LangFor Tamara Reviewed by Emily McGiffin Sarah Yi-Mei TsiangStatus Update Reviewed by James K. Moran Shoshanna WingateRadio Weather Reviewed by Emily Davidson Sina QueyrasMxT Reviewed by Stephen Brockwell Stephen BrockwellComplete Surprising Fragments of Improbable Books Reviewed by Jesse Patrick Ferguson Stephen Collis and Jordan ScottDecomp Reviewed by rob mclennan Susan PaddonTwo Tragedies in 429 Breaths Reviewed by Brenda Leifso Tom WaymanWinter's Skin Reviewed by Heather Spears Wanda Praamsmaa thin line between Reviewed by Jean Van Loon

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Adrienne WeissThere Are No Solid Gold Dancers Anymore Reviewed by Kimmy Beach Al RempelThis Isn’t the Apocalypse We Hoped For Reviewed by Harold Rhenisch Allan Cooper and Harry ThurstonThe Deer Yard Reviewed by Phoebe Wang Amanda JerniganAll the Daylight Hours Reviewed by Jenny Haysom Ann ShinThe Family China Reviewed by Phoebe Wang Anne MichaelsCorrespondences Reviewed by Emily McGiffin Anne-Marie TurzaThe Quiet Reviewed by Jean Van Loon Barry DempsterInvisible Dogs Reviewed by JM Francheteau Carmelita McGrathEscape Velocity Reviewed by Zachariah Wells Daniel Karasikhungry Reviewed by Emily Davidson Daniela Elzamilk tooth bane bone Reviewed by Al Rempel David Helwig and Michael Ondaatje (Editors)The Essential Tom Marshall Reviewed by Andrew Johnson David O’MearaA pretty sight Reviewed by Zachariah Wells Don DomanskiBite Down Little Whisper Reviewed by Patricia Keeney E. D. Blodgettas if Reviewed by Harold Rhenisch Elizabeth BachinskyThe Hottest Summer in Recorded History Reviewed by Jennifer Delisle Fionncara MacEoinNot the First Thing I’ve Missed. Reviewed by Emily Davidson Jay MillArTimely Irreverence Reviewed by rob mclennan Jeffery DonaldsonSlack Action Reviewed by Jim Johnstone Joanna LilleyThe Fleece Era Reviewed by Al Rempel Joanne ArnottA Night for the Lady Reviewed by Andrew Vaisius John BartonFor the Boy with the Eyes of the Virgin Reviewed by The Changed Meaning of Love: JonArno LawsonEnjoy it While it Hurts Reviewed by Marilyn Irwin Jordan Abelthe place of scraps Reviewed by Margaret Christakos
Jude NealeA Quiet Coming of Light Reviewed by Norma Dunning Juleta Severson-BakerIncarnate Reviewed by Harold Rhenisch Kanina DawsonMasham Means Evening Reviewed by Christopher Doda Katerina FretwellClass Acts Reviewed by Heather Spears Laurie D. GrahamRove Reviewed by Danielle Janess Leanne SimpsonIslands of Decolonial Love: Stories and Songs. Reviewed by Marilyn Dumont Lola Lemire TostevinSinged Wings Reviewed by rob mclennan Maleea AckerAir-Proof Green Reviewed by Al Rempel Marc Di SaverioSanatorium Songs Reviewed by Darren Bifford Niki KoulourisThe Sea with no one in it Reviewed by E Martin Nolan Pamela PorterLate Moon Reviewed by Barbara Myers Peter RichardsonBit Parts for Fools Reviewed by Harold Rhenisch Rachel LebowitzCottonopolis Reviewed by Emily McGiffin Ricardo SternbergSome Dance Reviewed by Jim Johnstone Richard GreeneDante’s House Reviewed by Peter Richardson Richard NormanZero Kelvin Reviewed by Rachael Wyatt Robin Richardson’Knife Throwing Through Self-Hypnosis Reviewed by Margaret Christakos Stephen ScobieAt the limit of breath: Poems on the films of Jean-Luc Godard Reviewed by Kimmy Beach Tanis RideoutArguments with the Lake Reviewed by Nico Mara-McKay Tim BowlingCirca Nineteen Hundred and Grief Reviewed by Jean Van Loon Vancy KasperRebel Women Reviewed by Katerina Fretwell VariousAustralian Love Poems 2013 Reviewed by Rona Shaffran bpNicholOrgan Music Reviewed by rob mclennan

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Adeena KarasickThis Poem Reviewed by rob mclennan Allan SafarikFamous Roadkill Reviewed by rob mclennan Amber DawnHow Poetry Saved My Life Reviewed by Jennifer Delisle Asa BoxerSkullduggery Reviewed by Lise Gaston Brad CranInk on Paper Reviewed by Darren Bifford Brenda SchmidtGrid Reviewed by Tanis MacDonald C.R. Avery38 Bar Blues Reviewed by Priscila Uppal Chris HutchinsonA Brief History of the Short-Lived Reviewed by Paul Tyler Christine McNairConflict Reviewed by Margaret Christakos Clea RobertsHere is Where We Disembark Reviewed by Brenda Leifso David GroulxA Difficult Beauty Reviewed by Shane Rhodes David SeymourFor Display Purposes Only Reviewed by Christopher Doda Dina E. Coxsmall flames Reviewed by Heather Spears Donato ManciniYou Must Work Harder to Write the Poetry of Excellence Reviewed by andrea bennett Dwayne BrennaStealing Home Reviewed by Norma Dunning Eleonore Sch?nmaierWavelengths of Your Song Reviewed by Jean Van Loon Emily McGiffinBetween Dusk and Night Reviewed by Rod Pederson Erín MoureThe Unmemntioable Reviewed by Michael LaPointe George SeferisCollected Poems Reviewed by Christopher Doda Jacqueline TurnerThe Ends of the Earth Reviewed by Margaret Christakos Jamie SharpeAnimal Husbandry Today Reviewed by rob mclennan Jan ConnEdge Effects Reviewed by Jean Van Loon Jason HerouxNatural Capital Reviewed by Rod Pederson Jenna ButlerWells Reviewed by Jennifer Delisle Jenny SampirisiCroak Reviewed by Daniel Zomparelli John WingAlmost Somewhere Else Reviewed by ?Christopher Doda
Katherine BitneyFirewalk Reviewed by Ann Scowcroft Laurie KrukMy Mother Did Not Tell Stories Reviewed by Tiffany Moniz Linda BesnerThe Id Kid Reviewed by Rob Winger Lisa PasoldAny Bright Horse Reviewed by Stevie Howell Ludwig ZellerThe Rules of the Game Reviewed by ?Jesse Chase Mari-Lou RowleyUnus Mundus Reviewed by Alexis Motuz Mark Callanan & James Langer, ed.The Breakwater Book of Contemporary Newfoundland Poetry Reviewed by Zachariah Wells Matthew TierneyProbably Inevitable Reviewed by Andrew Johnson Maureen Scott HarrisSlow Curve Out Reviewed by Alexis Motuz Morten S?ndergaardA Step in the Right Direction Reviewed by Heather Spears Nancy HolmesThe Flicker Tree: Okanagan Poems Reviewed by ?Lise Gaston Natalie Zina WalschotsDOOM: Love Poems for Supervillains Reviewed by Christopher Doda Patrick WoodcockEcho Gods and Silent Mountains Reviewed by Christopher Doda Sarah de LeeuwGeographies of a Lover Reviewed by Emily McGiffin Stephen CollisTo the Barricades Reviewed by Andrew Vaisius Steven PriceOmens in the Year of the Ox Reviewed by Paul Tyler Stewart ColeQuestions in Bed Reviewed by Kel Pero Stuart RossYou Exist. Details Follow. Reviewed by Andrew Johnson Susan GillisThe Rapids Reviewed by Mark Lavorato Susan SteudelNew Theatre Reviewed by Harold Rhenisch Tom WaymanDirty Snow Reviewed by John Lent Victor ColemanivH: An Alphamath Serial Reviewed by rob mclennan Walid BitarDivide and Rule Reviewed by Zachariah Wells Weyman ChanChinese Blue Reviewed by rob mclennan rob mclennanSongs for little sleep Reviewed by John Lent

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