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Phoebe Wang: from Admission Requirements

Phoebe Wang: from Admission Requirements

  Excerpted from Admission Requirements by Phoebe Wang. Copyright © 2017 Phoebe Wang. Published by McClelland & Stewart, a division of Penguin Random House Canada Limited. Reproduced by arrangement with the Publisher. All rights reserved.
Poem of the Week: Trish Salah

Poem of the Week: Trish Salah

What a vision is. Of course it is not all to do with pleasure, let alone the composition of your genitals, Fluids forming a confluence of energy and sleep, predator joy, and submissive heat. Of course there is no simple logic to a boy in a man's lap, a slave gazing with devoted eyes, or...
In Conversation with Catherine Owen & Nikki Reimer: On Elegies

In Conversation with Catherine Owen & Nikki Reimer: On Elegies

Daniel Zomparelli: We have all gone through/or are going through varied stages of grief and each of us have relied on poetry in some form/manner to deal artistically with that grief and loss. I personally was unable to write for a long time after my Mother’s death. I, instead, recorded my nightmares as suggested by...

Steven Price reads from Omens in the Year of the Ox (Brick Books)

Sue Goyette: Outskirts

from "aquifers,"  two Gathering is important because the human voice taps our agricultural roots  and constructs a subdivision of voice that affects the heart of our supplies. Any kind of concert is really useful because it helps us sing our need. Just how long must we sing? Study the aquifer of joy! Especially laughing, that...