Tag Archives: Canadian poetry

Greyhart Press in Canada

We might not be bestsellers there yet (unlike in America!), but it’s good to see Greyhart books trickling into Canada. Here’s a 5-star review recently posted by a Canadian reviewer of our Scottish time travel Romance, The Last Sunset. This … Continue reading

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What connects Edgar Allan Poe, John Milton, Herman Melville, and Gavriel Navarro?

… they’re all contributors of ‘crown stanzas’ to the forthcoming collection of Glosa poetry, Dead to Rights, by Canadian poet, Alain C. Dexter. Take a look at the back cover for some more contributors… Some of these names were unexpected, … Continue reading

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Sneek peek of 2013 release: Dead to Rights: a circularity of glosas

Here’s what I believe is called a cover reveal. I feel the term implies there should be some fancy webpage scripting that slides away a covering silk sheet accompanied by a drum roll. Well, I don’t know how to do … Continue reading

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Teasers… Dead Edit Redo/ Dead to Rights

A couple of days ago I wrote about our forthcoming duo of horror, poetry and good medicine: Dead to Rights and Dead Edit Redo. Here’s a little more to whet your appetite with a blurb for the novella: Dead Edit Redo … Continue reading

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A Circularity of Glosas

What is a glosa and why should you care? Glosas are a form of poetry that’s seeing something of a revival at the moment, particularly in Canada, and in no small part due to poet P.K. Page. James Harbeck recently … Continue reading

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