"As a central metaphor, “faces” are an interesting one to explore, ripe with echoes of surface and depth, geography and biology, semantics and connotations. Faceless explores these themes with vigor and scope, collecting almost every poetic angle on the subject of the face into a group of image driven, largely narrative pieces. . . This is a book about conjoining memories to landscapes, spaces to letters, fusing poetic techniques to linear and lyric storytelling."
- The Dansforth Review, November 2007 Read more . . .
To live on the edge of a continent is to understand
the finite property of things delicious anxiety
fear of falling optional suicide measures B jump
into cold bluewater submerge float out to sea
Inland Toronto, continuity is unsettling the rush
the thick of people things a constant distraction
no oceans to dream beyond no balancing
on perilous cliffs no hypothesis of death Faces . . . Read more . . .