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  • Paperback : 64 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1897141912
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1897141915
  • Dimensions : 13.46 x 1.02 x 20.83 cm
  • Publisher : Pedlar Press (30 November 2018)
  • Language: : English

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In his latest collection, a woman named Astatine, named after a radioactive element whose isotopes endure half-lives of mere seconds, haunts the poet, much like Dante's Beatrice. Like Brock's Everyone is C02, Kenyon uses parts of the earth and the ideas behind scientific elements to weave rumination on the nature of life. By using surprising subject matter, both collections have keen emotional depth and insight through unexpected and lyrical styles.

About the Author

Michael Kenyon's poetry and fiction have always been alert to the underside, the angularity of the outcast, those forced by temperament or predilection or circumstance to the fringes of middle class life. The world of Kenyan's poems is dark: he names and owns our clearcuts, our overpopulation, our fossil-fuelled rush to oblivion, the violence embedded in sexuality. His books are expanded elegy, clear-eyed, unflinching amid the wreckage of its loves.

Canadian literary critic and writer. Founder of Brick magazine and Brick Books. Professor Emeritus, Western University, London ON

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