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Taking Poetry Public Across Canada
By Wendy Morton

November 2006

Wendy Morton has done more to redefine what it means to publicize poetry than any poet I know in Canada. Not only does she evangelize for taking poetry into public places, and practicing it to change our relationships with people we meet in public life, she also takes corporate sponsors along in the process. Morton's memoir shows how perfectly suited poetry can be to all of the manifold meanings of the word publicize.

Paper — 5" 5" — 132 Pages — $14.95
Cloth — 5" 5" — 132 Pages — $29.95


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Dissecting Grace SOLD OUT

War Stories TEN COPIES REMAIN

Poetry Chapbooks.
Limited to 90 copies each.
By Alisa Gordaneer

February 2006

The first year of Alisa Gordaneer's practice of writing a poem every day has yielded astounding results in these two perfectbound chapbooks. "Grassroots," which appears in War Stories, won the 2005 Barbara Mandigo Kelly Award from the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. The final poem of Dissecting Grace, "Red Petals," won a Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Prize in 2006. Order both these chapbooks before they're gone — there will be no reprints.

Paper — 6" 4" — 52 Pages each — $8