Saturday, 26 November 2011


If you want to know what's wrong (or right) with Canadian poetry these days, perhaps start with Killdeer, by Phil Hall, a poet who has ticked a number of CanLit boxes over the years, and now has published a prize-winning work that, depending on where you come down on such things, will doubtless please or repel, you.
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