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Articles Evelyn Deshane Reviews

So Many Feelings: a Review of A Portrait in Blues

Reviewed by Evelyn Deshane If I could sum up jayy dodd’s poetry anthology A Portrait in Blues in a phrase, it would be “so many, too much.” This utterance is my attempt to put words to a feeling that is—by the nature of feeling itself—transient, which is what many of the poets...

Articles Evelyn Deshane Reviews

Deep Time: A Review of Quarry by Tanis Franco

Reviewed by Evelyn Deshane Quarry by Tanis Franco hits all of my major interests: poetry written from a gender nonconforming / queer perspective, focused in a Canadian locale, and peppered with numerous references to literary theories, along with pop culture. Oh, and in all of this, these poems are...

Articles Evelyn Deshane Reviews

Black Hole: A Review of The Videofag Book

Reviewed by Evelyn Deshane A black hole infiltrates much of The Videofag Book, a collection edited by William Ellis and Jordan Tannahill about their time running the Videofag art space in Kensington Market, Toronto. Comprising an introduction by Tannahill and Ellis, a roundtable conversation, love...

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