A poem of mine is included in the brand new release of poems by Toronto Poetry Vendors. Hopefully you’ve heard of them, because they’re great, but if not, here are the details:
Toronto Poetry Vendors is a mechanical poetry journal which operates out of refurbished gum vending machines. Produced twice yearly, issues consist of 10 single, hand-folded broadsides by 10 Toronto-based poets, which can be purchased from the machines for a toonie. TPV was founded in 2010 by Toronto poets and girls-about-town Elisabeth de Mariaffi and Carey Toane.
The vending machines are located at the Terragon Theatre, TYPE Books, Saving Gigi, and 3030 Dundas West. You never know what you’re going to get, but you can’t go wrong. The other poets included are fantastic: Lynn Crosbie, Natalie Zina Walschots, Jeramy Dodds, Sandy Pool, Paula Eisenstein, Gillian Savigny, Jacob Scheier, Mark Sampson.