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Marrow Review on Gabe Foreman & Nyla Matuk: Divisive Procedures

A book that purports to offer a comprehensive, inclusive representation of the world’s materiality; rules that regulate what people of certain classes can and can’t wear, eat and otherwise represent, an encyclopedia, in other words, and sumptuary laws. 820 more words

Issue #4 Ready to Order!

Hooray! cant journal issue #4 arrived late last week in these big boxes along with an odd looking Boston Terrier.

Here’s what our most recent issue, with a slightly new design (5×11, perfect bound) looks like, which we affectionately call the Mohawk Green issue (because the cover is…Mohawk Green): 157 more words

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Michael Lista: The best poetry of 2011

Ken Babstock’s Methodist Hatchet (House of Anansi)

Babstock’s new book is important for lots of reasons but the most unexpected is this: it has exposed spooky blind spots in our critical gaze. 334 more words


Michael Lista, On Poetry: Gabe Foreman digs deep in his debut book

Michael Lista, On Poetry

There is a photograph you should see of an archaeological dig from the summer of 2006; four men and two women recline together on the side of a dirt hill. 1,181 more words


The Burning Hell in downtown St. John’s!

Starting in 2000 as a recording project, Mathias Kom recorded, “three very strange albums with various Peterborough folks and one dance album” while procrastinating during his MA.  756 more words

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