My first full-length collection of poems, distilled from seven-plus years of work as a cargo handler, agent and coordinator in Canada's Eastern Arctic. Unsettled is published by Insomniac Press.
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Feature article on me and Unsettled in the Charlottetown Guardian.
Review of Unsettled in Books in Canada 34:1 (January/February 2005)
Review of Unsettled in Atlantic Books Today 47 (Spring 2005)
Review of Unsettled in Lichen (Spring 2005).
Article on Unsettled in The Buzz (May 2005).
Review of Unsettled in The Chronicle Herald (May 15 2005).
Article in Tidings (University of King's College alumni magazine) in which I'm interviewed.
Review of Unsettled at The Danforth Review (October 2005).
Review of Unsettled in The Fiddlehead 225 (Autumn 2005).
Review of Unsettled in the University of Toronto Quarterly February 2006.
Interview with me about the Unsettled Tour at Northern Poetry Review, April 2006.
A short film made by my former First Air Cargo colleague and friend Gord Declerq, featuring two poems from Unsettled.
A limited edition chapbook of 100 copies published by Mercutio Press of Montreal, with a second edition of 60 copies printed in September 2006. It contains seventeen poems, united by the idea of "voice": soliloquies, addresses, vernacular poems, and ventriloqual translations.
Reprinted in an edition of 60 copies in September 2006.
Order Ludicrous Parole from Mercutio Press.
A limited edition of 100 signed and numbered copies, published by Saturday Morning Chapbooks, March 2004. Fool's Errand is a sixteen-page chapbook, containing a baker's dozen of my poems.
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Commentary on Fool's Errand
A limited varied edition of twelve signed and numbered prints, combining lithographic and intaglio techniques on cotton rag paper, produced by Halifax-based artist and printmaker Margaret Flood.
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I’ll Scratch Your Back: On Jurisimprudence and the GGs
Go Leaving Strange: Just Go (The poems of Patrick Lane)
Killing Trees and Sawing Logs: On the Harvesting of Young Canadian Poets
The Journey of the Angry Young Poet-Critics into the Valley of Fredericton
(S)elective Reading: Reconciling Reviewing's Dark Side (Reprinted as a Letter to the Editor in Books in Canada 34:1 (January/February 2005))
Lost in Translation
John Smith: Pissing Unrepentantly into Infinity
Ball Hockey on a Short Street
Makin’ It Work: Appreciating Canada's Blue-Collar Poets
The Redress of Poetry Awards: New Plumes for the Griffin
The Griffin Prize for Stuff Vaguely Resembling Poetry
Verse Versus Verse