Monthly Archives: November 2014

Gary Barwin swings & sings the twisted evolution of moon baboon canoe

Gary Barwin. moon baboon canoe (Mansfield Press 2014). Gary Barwin’s imagination begins its weird & wild peregrinations a little beyond the world the realist eye sees. One aspect of surrealism as he practices it is speed of transformation: the imagination … Continue reading

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Amanda Earl’s (formally) kinky Kiki

Amanda Earl. Kiki (Chaudiere Books 2014) Amanda Earl’s been publishing a variety of chapbooks for some years now; Kiki is her first full collection, & it is something of a roller-coaster of a ride through Montparnasse in the twenties & … Continue reading

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In Afterletters, R. Kolewe finds the less (is more) in loss

R. Kolewe. Afterletters (BookThug 2014). This is a stunning first book by a writer previously unknown to me (well, he was educated in physics & engineering, & had a successful career in the software industry — during which time he … Continue reading

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