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Black Suede Cave
The poems in Black Suede Cave meditate on the space inside us, where darkness and...
We Shed Our Skin Like Dynamite
In her debut collection of poetry, Conyer Clayton hovers in the ether, grasping wildly for...
Lessons of Chaos and Disaster
A stunning collection of poems, these works explore moments of empathy in suffering, epiphany in...
Broken hymns. Desperate prayers. Tales of first heroes. Stories of the street. The poems in Navy Blue walk the middle ground between sorrow and salvation, tackling themes of devotion, regret, innocence lost and mortality through an array of dark landscapes and narratives of the dispossessed. Written in sharp and urgent language with undercurrents of raw emotion, this book marks the arrival of a brave and original new voice in Canadian poetry.

"If death finds me first / Look under the back porch / On the side near the tool shed / That's where I hid my secrets"
Navy Blue

Steve Meagher
2016
Navy Blue
We are no longer the smart kids in class
Arguments for Lawn Chairs
Velocity of Escape, The
Subway Medusa
Downtown Flirt
Bending the Continuum