These My Streets Now Available

Fenylalanine Publishing (a Guelph-based publisher that specializes in “latent peripheral ephemeral paraphernalia”) has just released a chapbook of my poetry called These My Streets.

The collection responds to the experience of walking the streets of Guelph. It comments visually and poetically on the social fragmentation of those spaces caused by our culture of fast cars and faster communication. Also (trigger warning) it talks a bit dirty about the virgin Mary.

If you want print files you can get them under the Longer Works section of this blog.

I also have a few physical copies that you can get from me for the low, low price of $5, but for a limited time only. So take advantage now, and I’ll throw in (as a free gift from me to you) a good, firm handshake (retail value, priceless), and a personalized inscription (which, in all honesty, will only decrease the book’s value).

Also, stay tuned about details for a launch party of some sort. All I know at this point is that it will happen, that it will be scheduled after the kids are in bed, and that it will involve more consumption of food and alcohol than actual reading of poetry.

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