Renowned poet and editor John Barton collects his most provocative
essays, public lectures, and reviews produced over the past
twenty-five years. Barton began publishing in an era much less
attentive to queer voices. In this special book, Barton grafts his
own memoir about finding his voice as a poet and feet as an editor
to astute takes on Margaret Avison, Emily Carr, Pat Lowther,
Maureen Hynes, Anne Szumigalski, and many others. Making this book
even more essential reading is the larger cultural context Barton
brings to bear by writing about the historical production evolution
and reception of queer writing in the lengthening shadow of equity.
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