Thrilled to see SURFACE TENSION (new from Coach House Books) on CBC’s “27 Canadian Books we can’t wait to read in September

Friends in Toronto! Please join me at Coach House Books SEPT 23 at 5pm to help celebrate the publication of SURFACE TENSION! The event will be in Coach House’s lovely courtyard, please CLICK HERE to register…

from “CANADA MODERN” (a work in progress)

Leiria, Portugal’s Paper View Books, as run by the tireless Sal Nunchakov, has just offered some photos of the printing and binding of CATALOGUE SAISONEE!
Published in a limited edition of 50 copies — each featuring hand-binding, full-colour, transparencies, overlaid pages, translations and more over 180 pages — CATALOGUE SAISONEE is a loving overview of 25 years of my poetic practice. Presented in a loving and lavish edition, CATALOGUE SAISONEE is available direct from Paper View Books for 34€ + postage. They’ll go fast, order your copy today by emailing Sal Nunchakov at …

Fascinating to see how my “Translating Translating Apollinaire” poem evolves and reflects its environment — thanks to Chris Turnbull’s placing it along a stone boundary wall in a wooded area at the AgroForestry Centre in North Grenville, Ontario.

Watch three short videos as SURFACE TENSION is constructed by Phil Bardach at Coach House Books. These videos feature the gluing and trimming process and by the end – LOOK! – it’s a book! I’m so thrilled that SURFACE TENSION is coming into the world, deepest thanks to the entire team at Coach House. Please, order your copy today!

Digital artist “Elephant Zebra” has taken inspiration from several of my online works to create a series of eye-popping, brain-melting, remixes — have a look!

Every single page of LENS FLARE (co-written with Rhys Farrell). LENS FLARE remains available for purchase direct from Guillemot Press, or as a free PDF.

Order your copy of POSSIBLE GARDENS by Jaap Blonk. I was thrilled to write the afterword to this fabulous book, “Each possible garden is a harvest of sound and image, of script and performance, which asks the reader to be open to a new menu.”