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Fleshy Contact: A Number of Stunning Attacks by Jessi MacEachern

Jessi MacEachern’s A Number of Stunning Attacks is an encounter of flesh and its edges where, in “The Moat Around Her Home,” “velvet lipstick lines the demarcation,” and “all is slick with love or mimicry.” There’s so much here about the private space of relation, where subjects are entered, opened wide, probed for sex or violence, “mindful to forget.” (“Orwomen”)

Nothing to Spare: Book of Annotations by Cameron Anstee

From his undergrad days at Carleton University (and the In/Words Magazine & Press trial by fire for all things literary) to his doctorate path with University of Ottawa, Cameron Anstee has dedicated most of his adult life to the crafting and understanding of poetry and the small presses who publish it. It is fitting, then, that Invisible Publishing, a small not-for-profit publishing company of Picton, Ontario, be the one to help bring Anstee’s work to the masses.