Dislocations in Crystal

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Coach House Books, 2003 - Poetry - 87 pages
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Adrift in history and myth, fairy tales and TV, the tedious and the marvellous, you'll find Dislocations in Crystal.

These poems move through the world opened by Prince Henry the Navigator's epoch-shifting push to open a sea route around Africa to the Spice Isles. They pick their way through the detritus of the world bequeathed by his success, looking for a land as promised, not of the given but the taken. Crossing and re-crossing untold regions disguised as a New World, these carefully crafted poems, in the tradition of Robin Blaser and Jack Spicer, scatter the seeds of the yet-to-be-thought, drawing readers onward towards a dream that lies past apocalypse.

 

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
9
Section 3
30
Section 4
31
Section 5
75
Section 6
86
Section 7
87
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Michael Boughn is a writer, scholar and sometime teacher. His most recent book of poetry, one's own MIND , was published by the Institute of Further Studies. He lives in Toronto with his wife, Elizabeth, and two children, Amelia and Sam. Michael Boughn is a writer, scholar and sometime teacher. His most recent book of poetry, one's own MIND , was published by the Institute of Further Studies. He lives in Toronto with his wife, Elizabeth, and two children, Amelia and Sam.

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