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NEW RELEASE THIS OCTOBER:

Echo Soundings: Essays on Poetry and Poetics by Jeffery Donaldson!

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October 30th, catch Ariel Gordon and Patricia Young in Kingston at Novel Idea Bookstore!

October 29th, Ariel Gordon and Patricia Young are in Toronto for Palimpsest Press Night at Another Story Bookshop!

October 28th, Yvonne Blomer will be at Wordstorm in Nanaimo!

October 28th, Ariel Gordon and Patricia Young will be at Art Bar in Toronto!

October 25th, catch Anita Lahey and Ariel Gordon at Words Worth Books in Waterloo!

October 23rd, Blair Trewartha and Jeffery Donaldson will be reading at LiveWords in Toronto!

October 23rd, Ariel Gordon reads from Stowaways at BookFest Windsor!

October 21st, Jeffery Donaldson releases Echo Soundings: Essays on Poetry and Poetics at Bryan Prince Booksellers in Hamilton!

October 21st-26th, Patricia Young will be at the Vancouver Writers Fest!

October 18th, catch Yvonne Blomer at the Whistler Reader and Writers Festival!


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stone, book one $14.00CA $11.20CA Rob McLennan
stone, book one
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ISBN 0-9733952-1-4
978-0-9733952-1-1
5.5 x 8.5 paperback
$14 CDN

stone, book one is rob mclennan's tenth book of poetry. Written in short, lyrical bursts, the piece follows a young couple meeting and awkwardly exploring in an unspecific rural place and time. The work inhabits an eroding landscape, one of family farms and the days before travel and communication made daily lives less about the land.

There are traces of autobiography in stone — elements taken from mclennan's own origins in Glengarry County, Eastern Ontario, but the vagueness that surrounds the piece is deliberate. This is not a historical collection, but a lyrical, emotional one. The first book of an open sequence, stone moves along the lines of other long poem forms. It is written following no true and steady course, but evolves into a process, and a language thick with physical elements of greenery and stone.

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