• Planetary Noise

    Openness, dissection, reconstruction, and the wringing out of language are key to the newly released Planetary Noise. Celebrating one of North America’s most prolific and groundbreaking poets, this anthology also honours Moure’s ongoing project of embracing the fallibility of language and, by extension, of poetry itself.

  • Road Through Time

    Mary Soderstrom might just be my new favourite writer. She’s been writing for years, and we’ve been reading her for years, but meeting her reveals an energy that is contagious, and a humility that should be. Soderstrom in person is as unassuming, open, and delightful as she is erudite and elegant on the page.

  • Waking Gods

    Taking place nine years after the events of Sleeping Giants, Waking Gods flips everything we learned in the first volume on its head. When an alien robot related to Themis arrives in downtown London, followed by a dozen others who take up residence in the most populous cities in the world, it’s no spoiler to say that the results are a little bit destructive.

From the current issue: Summer 2017

Cartoon

Our featured Montreal illustrator is Matthew Forsythe. Matthew lives in Montreal, where he makes comics and picture books. www.comingupforair.net

Cartoon by Matthew Forsythe
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Poem of the Month

Vibration Desks

Inside its surround
folded in, I’m a fold
of it, I’ve never left atmospheric
borders I engorge to the point of
enfolded

"Vibration Desks" is taken from the book Rag Cosmology, published by BookThug. Read our review