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JANE MUNRO: GLASS FLOATS

Jane’s new poetry collection from Brick Books! Like glass floats themselves, these neat, clear poems contain Munro’s breath. They cross oceans. Jane Munro’s Glass Float —part travelogue, part journal, part meditation—picks up where Blue Sonoma ends: the speaker finds herself alone, at the live edge of her life. —Ian Williams, author of Reproduction

MOVING RIGHT ALONG

Moving Right Along Andean journey above the snowline volcanoes for signposts the Apennine way we drive through clouds leaving Halifax the train chuffs under ten — no eleven — bridges  chiton crossing the fossil bed — two hours till the ferry from Whisk

MARY IN LONDON

The power of condensation; images containing silence, resonating out: Poetry London talks with Mary diMichele about her work and ours

TEA CEREMONY

Tea Ceremony wipers sluice pollen from the windshield — tea ceremony the porch lights up bats return to the barn moon my companion on the road heading home in the house i left last night people are brushing their teeth (from Whisk , 2013) Image by Mirja Paljakka, used by permission