Retail 2010: The Master List

In early 2010, Vox Pop started a series of previews of upcoming Canadian Poetry titles for the Spring, 2010 season. What follows is a storing house for those posts, updating as they come in.

Brick Books (January 11th, 2010)

  • Lorri Neilsen Glenn’s Lost Gospels
  • Eve Joseph’s The Secret Signature of Things
  • Antony di Nardo’s Alien, Correspondent
  • Steve McOrmond’s The Good News About Armaggedon
  • ***

    Coach House Books (January 13th, 2010)

  • Jen Currin’s The Inquisition Yours
  • kevin mcpherson eckhoff’s Rhapsodomancy
  • Rachel Zolf’s Neighbour Procedures
  • ***

    McClelland & Stewart, Ltd. (January 15th, 2010)

  • Dionne Brand’s Ossuaries
  • Melanie Siebert’s Deepwater Vee
  • John Steffler’s Lookout
  • Paul Vermeersch’s The Reinvention of the Human Hand
  • ***

    Nightwood Editions (January 18th, 2010)

  • Triny Finlay’s Histories Haunt Us
  • Ray Hsu’s Cold Sleep Permanent Afternoon
  • Jim Johnstone’s Patternicity
  • Jay MillAr’s Other Poems
  • ***

    The House of Anansi Press (January 28th, 2010)

  • Erin Moure’s O Resplandor
  • Suzanne Buffam’s The Irrationalist
  • Steven Heighton’s Patient Frame
  • Michael Lista’s Bloom
  • ***

    ECW Press (January 31st, 2010)

  • David Donnell’s Watermelon Kindness
  • matt robinson’s Against the Hard Angle
  • ***

    Tightrope Books (January 31st, 2010)

  • Suzanne Bowness’s The Days You’ve Spent
  • Ian Burgham’s The Grammar of Distance
  • Anna Swanson’s The Nights, Also
  • ***

    Insomniac Press (February 3rd, 2010)

  • David McFadden’s Why Are You So Long and Sweet?
  • Jeff Latosik’s Tiny, Frantic, Stronger
  • ***

    Palimpsest Press (February 3rd, 2010)

  • Ariel Gordon’s Hump
  • Population Me: Essays on David McGimpsey (Alessandro Porco, ed.)
  • ***

    Gaspereau Press (February 25th, 2010)

  • Tim Bowling’s The Annotated Bee and Me
  • Johanna Skibsrud’s I Do Not Think that I Could Love a Human Being
  • Paul Tyler’s A Short History of Forgetting
  • Round about this time Open Book Toronto published their comprehensive list of spring poetry titles, thus inspiring the end of this series. You can go there for information on some of the presses (Signal, Peddler, Exile) I had plans to get to eventually.

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