Men push west and east and up and Carey Toane chronicles their folly. The Crystal Palace provides unsettling reminders that no corner of the earth is untouched by our need to roam and consume. How good it is to be redeemed by poetry, a tender song launched straight into the darkness.Ó (Lisa Jarnot, author of Black Dog Songs and Night Scenes)
About the Author
Winner of the Emily Dickinson Prize for Poetry, Rishma Dunlop is the author and editor of several collections of poetry. She is Coordinator of the Creative Writing Program at York University and the founding editor of the international poetry journal Studio. She was also a finalist for the CBC Canada Council Literary Awards in 1998.