Category: chapbook

BORG EMOJI: robot sleep studies | Lindsay Cahill

— BORG EMOJI: robot sleep studies by Lindsay Cahill $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-6-4 ORDER NOW! — Brought to you by the makers of the Cathode-Ray Tube Amusement Device. The good people at The Dream and Nightmare Laboratory are about to follow one robot’s sleep-fever and embark on the slumber party of a lifetime. A computer dares to dream—of death, hope, internet. The… Read more →

Cervantes’ bones | rob mclennan

— Cervantes’ bones by rob mclennan $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-5-7 ORDER NOW! — DESCRIPTION COMING SOON — Excerpt: “Undivided attention” originally published in COUGH #8 1. Blend, contract. We paint the days. A scar of possibility. The word is less a word. The word. Between you and. Intention, limits. An elegy of scraps. A season of unbending light.     2. And… Read more →

Kite Extension | Stanford Cheung

— Kite Extension by Stanford Cheung $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-7-1 ORDER NOW! — Tinkering with the parameters of language and form, the poems in Kite Extension chart a patterned quilt of dreams, presenting dichotomies between the confessional present metonymy of everyday life against the apertures of a soundscape memory of the past. Through these two modes of existence, the speaker tries to find some… Read more →

Miso Mermaid | Margaryta Golovchenko

Miso Mermaid by Margaryta Golovchenko  $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-3-3 OCTOBER 2016 Order now! The poems in MISO MERMAID by MARGARYTA GOLOVCHENKO track the turbulent course of a relationship, with continual quivers and disruptions to the flow. The chapbook seeks to reflect the privilege and complexity of experiencing a relationship from start to finish–a glimmer of hope, a bittersweet happiness, a duality of reality and… Read more →

That Pass Between | M.H. Vanstone

That Pass Between by M.H. Vanstone  $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-4-0 OCTOBER 2016 Order now!   THAT PASS BETWEEN by MH VANSTONE responds to a world of endless knowledge, the impossibility of originality, and rapidly exhausted modes of being. This series of prose poems represents an unanticipated journey through various riddles, (self-made) paradoxes, and logical contradictions to the ends of thought and feeling, where meaning-full… Read more →

Cephalopography | Rasiqra Revulva

Cephalopography by Rasiqra Revulva   $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-1-9 OCTOBER 2016 Order now! CEPHALOPOGRAPHY is a multi-form exploration of various axes of human identity through the lens of cephalopods and their environments; aka an illustrated celebration of RASIQRA REVULVA’S imaginary best friends. Dive in, and don’t forget to breathe. — Excerpt Octopo and Teuthiet   Two octopoteuthis deletron squid collided in the Pacific depths at sunset… Read more →

Maggie Monologues | Suzanna Derewicz

Maggie Monologues by Suzanna Derewicz $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-2-6 OCTOBER 2016 Order now! MAGGIE MONOLOGUES was previously produced for the stage, under the title Getting There: The Ariel Project, by Theatre After Secrets with the generous support of the London Fringe Theatre Festival. Suzanna has reworked the in-depth exploration of a young woman’s life into a collection of striking poems and illustrations that come together… Read more →

Bodies Vs. | Adam Zachary

Bodies Vs. by Adam Zachary $12.00 | 978-0-9950733-0-2 APRIL 2016 BUY ONLINE (free shipping in Canada!)   Bodies Vs. is a collection of essays and stories that detail experiences of human bodies as insufficient avatars for our souls. Of bodies demanding too much space between ourselves and things that we long to interact with more intimately; including friends, lovers, and their bodies, too. Of… Read more →

An Ongoing Lack of Spontaneous Combustion | Pearl Pirie

An Ongoing Lack of Spontaneous Combustion by Pearl Pirie $12.00 | 978-0-9940839-8-2 APRIL 2016 BUY ONLINE (free shipping in Canada!)    An Ongoing Lack of Spontaneous Combustion are poems with a menagerie of sidekicks, hippos, ladybugs, and giraffes, all on the same sometimes senseless, sometimes surreal, sometimes ecstatic journey.   — Excerpt   addressing   “Tonight, in a city you will never… Read more →