Retail 2011: The Master List

In early 2010, Vox Pop started a series of previews of upcoming Canadian Poetry titles for the Spring, 2010 season. Then we did it again in 2011. What follows is a storing house for the latter, updated as they are created.

Bookthug (January 15th, 2011)

  • Appolinaire’s Speech to the War Medic, by Jake Kennedy
  • The Shining Material, by Aisha Sasha John
  • The Monotony of Fatal Accidents, by Richard Krueger
  • The Obvious Flap, by Gary Barwin and Gregory Betts
  • Brick Books (January 16th, 2011)

  • Girlwood, by Jennifer Still
  • The truth of houses, by Ann Scowcroftl
  • Outskirts, by Sue Goyette
  • Sharawadji, by Brian Henderson
  • Harbour Publishing & Nightwood Editions (January 17th, 2011)

  • crawlspace, by John Pass
  • Earworm, by Nick Thran
  • Embouchure, by Kevin McNeilly
  • Err, by Shane Rhodes
  • Signal Editions (January 18th, 2011)

  • Skullduggery, by Asa Boxer
  • The Id Kid, by Lisa Besnar
  • Biblioasis (January 19th, 2011)

  • Sunrise in the Eyes of the Snowman, by Goran Simic
  • All This Could be Yours, by Joshua Trotter
  • Lost Luggage, by Salvatore Ala
  • Open Air Bindery, by David Hickey
  • The Illustrated Edge, by Marsha Pomerantz
  • Coach House Books (January 20th, 2011)

  • The Complete Encyclopedia of Different Types of People, by Gabe Foreman
  • Match, by Helen Guri
  • Tightrope Books (January 24th, 2011)

  • Sunday, the Locusts, by Jim Johnstone & Julienne Lottering
  • Contrary, by Ruth Roach Pierson
  • Insomniac Press (January 25th, 2011)

  • Love Figures, by Sam Cheuk
  • McClelland & Stewart, Ltd. (January 27th, 2011)

  • Origami Dove, by Susan Musgrave
  • Small Mechanics, by Lorna Crozier
  • Is, by Anne Simpson
  • Folk, by Jacob McArthur Mooney
  • Palimpsest Press (January 28th, 2011)

  • Good Holding Ground, by Cynthia Woodman Kerkham
  • House of Anansi Press (February 7th, 2011)

  • A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno, by Matt Rader
  • Methodist Hatchet, by Ken Babstock
  • Oyama Pink Shale, by Sharon Thesen
  • The Wrecking Light, by Robin Robertson
  • Cormorant Books (February 11th, 2011)

  • The Other Side of Ourselves
, by Rob Taylor
  • Some Frames, by Jack Hannan
  • No End in Strangeness, by Bruce Taylor
  • 3 Comments on “Retail 2011: The Master List”

    1. […] Master List is up now, you’ll notice. Follow along. And publishers, give me a hand if you can by emailing […]

    2. […] like to be reminded how this little project worked out in past years, here’s the link to last spring’s master list. I’ll start soon with the houses I’ve already received lists from. If I don’t get […]

    3. Kent Says:

      Or could I have a freebie blog link on my blog roll, even though mine is a photography blog.
      To install it, just go to the layout page and select it from the gadgets.

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