Poetry from Canada and around the world.
The Long Take is a noir tale that follows Walker, a survivor of D-Day, from bucolic Cape Breton to an America beset by paranoia and corruption.
A stunning volume of brave and original lyric poetry concerned with love and loss, despair and hope, aging and timelessness.
Award winning poet and translator Erín Moure's collection is a book about tenderness, and about The Good, in the face of destruction.
Dunk Tank is a rich, imaginative, and sometimes absurdist exploration of the landscape of the body and of adult life.
The Caiplie Caves interrogates violence, economies, self-delusion, and belief in poems that orbit the Caves of Caiplie on the coast of Scotland.
The much-loved and critically undervalued second (and final) book of poems by British-Canadian Maritimes poet John Thompson.
The remarkable debut poetry collection from renowned bestselling novelist and Governor General’s Literary Award–winning poet Paulette Jiles.
The follow-up collection from Griffin Poetry Prize–winning poet Billy-Ray Belcourt is a provocative, powerful, and genre-bending new work.
The Lost Spells is a beautiful collection of poems and illustrations that evokes the magic of the everyday natural world.
From Teva Harrison, the award-winning author and illustrator of In-Between Days, comes a powerful work of poetry and art.
Mathew Henderson explores with remarkable insight the unique logics of video games and addiction in his much-anticipated sophomore poetry collection.
Junebat is a form- and gender-disrupting debut collection that grapples with the pain of uncertainty on the path towards becoming.