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Subway Medusa
This collection of poems is filled with psychics, surfers, femmes fatales, and the love-stricken. Whether...
Arguments for Lawn Chairs
The poems in Arguments for Lawn Chairs take multiple positions. The poems in Arguments for...
Downtown Flirt
In October 2016 Peter Jickling left the Yukon to write in Toronto. His resulting poems...
From the drunk tank to the graduate seminar, We are no longer the smart kids in class asks what it means to think and be, play and learn, ride bikes and make love in a world of depleting resources, technological proliferation, and corroding ecosystems. A fantasia of academic disillusionment and deflating youth, this collection contemplates moustaches, mountains, and oceans from Halifax to Victoria, always wondering how poetry matters to the heaving, melting, masturbating world it dramatizes.

"Let us listen to what the song / drowns out. Let us, like good / Heideggerians, tape our mouths / and cultivate the ring of stillness."
We are no longer the smart kids in class
We Shed Our Skin Like Dynamite
Black Suede Cave
Exaltation in Cadmium Red
Orioles in the Oranges
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes
Footsteps on the Ceiling