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duck eats yeast, quacks, explodes; man loses eye

duck eats yeast, quacks, explodes; man loses eye

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Written as a vibrant discussion between Barwin and Necakov, this book-length poem takes us on a hypnagogic journey that examines many ways of seeing and experiencing the world. Although the work considers many themes, such as trauma, grief, anxiety, climate change, impending doom, war, illness, and cultural fragmentation, at its core, it argues for an unbridled creativity and beauty.

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Gary Barwin’s books include Nothing the Same, Everything Haunted: The Ballad of Motl the Cowboy, and The Most Charming Creatures, and with, Tom Prime, Bird Arsonist. His bestselling Yiddish for Pirates won the Stephen Leacock Medal and was a finalist for both the Governor General’s Award for Fiction and the Giller Prize.

Lillian Nećakov is the author of six books of poetry, numerous chapbooks, broadsides and leaflets. Her book il virus was published in April 2021 by Anvil Press (A Feed Dog Book). She ran the Boneshaker Reading series in Toronto from 2010-2020.