This is a short collection of occasional poems which, at some level, are all concerned with the pliability of perception and experience.
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Jeremy Colangelo is a poet and scholar living in London, Ontario, where he is working on a PhD in English. He has published over a dozen short stories and poems in Popshot Magazine, The Dalhousie Review, and elsewhere, and is the author of four chapbooks, most recently Kingfisher, Fisher King (Grey Borders 2013). He is… Read more »
Space Administration plunders NASA’s voice transcription of the first day of the Apollo 11 moon mission, uncovering a book of conceptual poetry that reimagines the erasure process as “spacecraft” (which is to say, the “crafting of space”). The book envisions its writing process as a venture of space exploration. Readers encounter a void populated by… Read more »
My poem is structured as a set of overlapping monologues made by (initially) five distinct voices, each of whose speech is uniquely arranged, but whose diction overlaps. As all the voices wish to dominate the others, they attempt to control the conversation by re-telling stories in different contexts, employing neologism and portmanteau, and by mis-reading… Read more »
“world 1-1” consists of the various tactics employed by both Craig Dodman and philip miletic to play through world 1-1 of nintendo’s classic NES title, Super Mario Bros. This is the well-known level that started it all and the game that influenced future platform games. World 1-1 may be the most basic and “easiest” of… Read more »
Natalie Lauchlan is a student at the Alberta College of Art and Design, graduating from the school of Craft + Emerging Media in Spring 2014. Natalie has been exhibiting locally in Calgary in performance and installation media, and will be practicing in Iceland the Summer of 2014 as part of the Textìlsetur Island Residency in… Read more »
Daniel Toumine (born May 13, 1989) is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist, designer, and writer. His creative productions focus on contemporary life, technology, and the internet.
A poem written by embroidering upon my bed-sheet, and then ripping the sheet into pages. The book embodies the 89 days of consecutive night-terrors I was subject to during the final 89 days of an abusive relationship. The dreams ended upon leaving the relationship, but the scars and effects of the abuse are felt daily.
I wrote this collection of poetry on my smartphone. It fed my judgmental, five second attention span for almost a year. Now as I look back, the body of work is very much a product of its environment. The poems were inspired by run of the mill, everyday situations in which I sampled my over… Read more »
blare coughlin is six feet tall and lives in montreal. they go to school, eat, sleep, and write poetry sometimes. they have written a lot of ebooks and have been given the honour of being named beach sloth’s pick for the most promising new writer in alt lit. blare coughlin is not sure what alt… Read more »