Salimah Valiani’s 29 Leads to Love expands on and extends the focus of her 2009 collection, Letter Out: Letter In, with the Sufi notion of love as a kind of attention which unifies.
A deeply personal memoir from one of Canada’s most celebrated architects.
oems is a collection of thirty-six lipogrammatic poems composed entirely of flat words such as “sunrise” or “unconsciousness,” which contain no ascending or descending letters. Proceeding from the author’s lived experience of OCD, the book leans into obsessive-compulsive tendencies, attempting to exorcise them through overuse.
In Nevertheless, a collection about love, grief, friendship, aging, neighbours and neighbourhoods, Jerome roams into ordinary places inside and outside of the city of Vancouver to find beings and states of being to sing about.
Antonyms for Daughter, Jenny Boychuk's poetry debut, addresses a harrowing subject: the loss of the poet's mother to addiction. Deploying a range of forms and techniques astonishing in a first collection, Boychuk creates unsparing scenes of their complicated life together.
Smithereens is Terence Young’s 3rd book of poetry and 6th book.
Creeland is a poetry collection concerned with notions of home and the quotidian attachments we feel to those notions, even across great distances.