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We Shed Our Skin Like Dynamite
In her debut collection of poetry, Conyer Clayton hovers in the ether, grasping wildly for...
Black Suede Cave
The poems in Black Suede Cave meditate on the space inside us, where darkness and...
The Plural of Some Things
Written with a probingly sensitive eye, this collection of poems illuminates the subtle and poignant...
Exaltation in Cadmium Red splatters and brushes in poems, both as a toxic, poisonous, metallic mix, and a rich, vibrant, powerful oil colour. Shades of cadmium red have persisted throughout history as the most exuberant in the oil-paint palette; the hues meant to be mixed with other oils in subtle, specific, and precise doses for greatest effect. This body of poems revels in this fanatical, fantastic colour to express the heights and depths of passion - engaging in meditations on prayer, spirituality, feminism, and the breadth of existence in a post-colonial, trans-national and transsexual age.

"Occupy these words -- willful/ regimented type/ without remission./ Occupy this wire,/ the ink ribbon,/ tardy electric phrases,/ archaic instruments."
Exaltation in Cadmium Red

Sonia Di Placido
Exaltation in Cadmium Red
Lessons of Chaos and Disaster
Subway Medusa
Bending the Continuum
Orioles in the Oranges
Arguments for Lawn Chairs