poetry

This Is a Stickup: Poems by Amber McMillan

This Is a Stickup is a heart-stopping second collection of poetry from Amber McMillan. In fierce, lonely and elegant lines…

2 days ago

Griffin Poetry Prize Anthology 2022 Edited by Adam Dickinson

The prestigious and highly anticipated annual anthology of the best Canadian and international poetry from the 2022 Griffin Poetry Prize…

5 days ago

Climbing the Rain: Poems by Marvyne Jenoff

This book gently probes the ravages and the comforts of the aging process and the softly pokes at the emotional…

7 days ago

The Tolu Oloruntoba Interview

An interview with Tolu Oloruntoba winner of the 2022 Griffin Poetry Prize and the Governor General's Award.

7 days ago

You Still Look the Same by Farzana Doctor

A moving collection of poetry about navigating mid-life, full of humour and wit, from acclaimed novelist Farzana Doctor.

1 month ago

Waking Occupations by Phoebe Wang

Poised between clarity and complexity, precision and ambiguity, Phoebe Wang’s poems capture the dilemma of unsettled citizenship. Her second collection…

1 month ago

Johnny Depp Wins, And I, Like So Many Others, Think of The Man Who Abused Me by Emma Rhodes

A poem by Emma Rhodes. The poem is about the extremely harmful media attention the case got, and public attitudes…

1 month ago

Land of the Rock: Talamn an Carraig by Heather Nowlan

The speaker in the poems that form Land of the Rock: Talamh an Carraig travels through Newfoundland and Ireland looking…

1 month ago

You May Not Take the Sad and Angry Consolations by Shane Neilson

This newest collection of poetry from Shane Neilson mourns the destruction of what was and laments the state of the…

1 month ago

P.S. by Penn Kemp and Sharon Thesen

In P.S., Kemp and Thesen spend a year writing to each other, once a month, and the result is 24…

1 month ago

Never the Less: Walking Poems by Gillian Jerome

In Nevertheless, a collection about love, grief, friendship, aging, neighbours and neighbourhoods, Jerome roams into ordinary places inside and outside…

2 months ago

In the Writers’ Words: Conversations with Ten Canadian Poets, Volume II, by Laurence Hutchman

Bruce Meyer: “I am not sure poetry can save the world, but it is as good a place as any…

2 months ago

A History of Touch by Erin Emily Ann Vance

A History of Touch is a poetry collection about women in folklore and history who were ill, disabled, or otherwise…

2 months ago

Grit In Her Veins, Grace In Her Soul: Poetry for Bold Women by Sophia Devi

Written from a feminist perspective and as a woman of colour, GRIT IN HER VEINS, GRACE IN HER SOUL is…

2 months ago

The Endless Garment: A Pocket Epic in Five Collections – Marguerite Pigeon

With equal parts love of the art form and social critique, Marguerite Pigeon ranges over time and space in a…

3 months ago

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