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Les Amours difficiles
This is the French translation of Pier Giorgio Di Cicco's The Tough Romance, re-published by...
Positions to Pray In
Positions to Pray In is another in a series of Barry Dempster's well-crafted, intensely intelligent...
Parents from a Different Alphabet
Containing a very moving section dedicated to the death of the author's father, this collection...
Footsteps on the Ceiling
In Footsteps on the Ceiling, Baila Ellenbogen explores the overlapping planes of existence her experience...
Azure
This new take on Hindu mythology includes poems inspired by South Asian stories and covers...
Canticles I (mmxvii)
The second part of Book I of “The Canticles” continues the dialogue -- as dramatic...
The retroglances and the stargazing -- Marlene Marilyn Judy Ava Rita Peggy -- the tension that produced their art -- desire modern style, style with class, desire to love within the captivating mala fide artifice of our modernity -- is what Claude Beausoleil is most sensitive to. A tangoed torsion resulting in an urban romanticism, neither limp-wristed melancholy nor le mal du siècle but "a new romanticism/ surrounded by the city/ almost shaping itself to it/ away of life then." -- Ray Chamberlain

"Like an idiot darkness slinking, spluttering/ America/ Washed out energy bouncy garbled gabble/ Speed of raucous hatred/ Speed whistling on crouching bodies"
Concrete City: Selected Poems

Claude Beausoleil, Raymond Chamberlain
1983
Concrete City: Selected Poems
Exploding into Night
Approaches to Absence
Conceptions
Marimba Forever
Black Tongue
Sightlines
Snow and Other Guises
Seventeen Trees
Lifeline
The World Forgotten: Selected Poems
Inlandsis
Interference