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Footsteps on the Ceiling
In Footsteps on the Ceiling, Baila Ellenbogen explores the overlapping planes of existence her experience...
Velocity of Escape, The
Siamese twins, circus performers, burn victims, and scientists all clash in this vibrant and vivid...
The Plural of Some Things
Written with a probingly sensitive eye, this collection of poems illuminates the subtle and poignant...
In Exploding into Night, Sandy Pool delves into the heart of a grisly murder that took place in the Parkdale area of Toronto. With its dazzling turns and deafening silence, this narrative poem is a stark reappraisal of urban existence and its heartache. Pool's metaphysical landscape speaks in multiple voices and prods the very nature of our collective conscience. A selection of poems from this collection was awarded First Place in the 2009 Elora Writers' Festival Poetry Contest. The collection has been short-listed for the 2010 Governor General's award for English poetry.

"Every Sunday my mother calls to tell me about some kid who's gone missing in this city. I'm not surprised. I don't tell her about the cats, or those white vans, disembodied specters roaring into dark."
Exploding into Night

Sandy Pool
Exploding into Night
Paramita, Little Black
Exaltation in Cadmium Red
Amphetamine Heart
Arguments for Lawn Chairs
The Politics of Being Ugly
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes