Quill and Quire


By Michael Crummey

“A hundred feet of line is as far / as we ever manage to travel / from our selves,” declares the speaker in “Tranströmer on Signal Hill,” the second poem in Michael Crummey’s Passengers. The ... Read More »

July 27, 2022 | Filed under: Poetry, Reviews

By Megan Gail Coles

Satched – a slang word for drunk, soaking wet, or weighed down – perfectly captures the tone of this confessional work by Megan Gail Coles, a 2019 Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist turning her hand this ... Read More »

September 1, 2021 | Filed under: Poetry, Reviews

By Tara Borin

In their debut collections, Tara Borin and Molly Cross-Blanchard both profess the longing and desire of relationships. While Borin connects their poems’ characters – whether dead or alive, human or animal – with location and ... Read More »

April 8, 2021 | Filed under: Poetry, Reviews