their recently-announced re-attempts at negotiation with a summer sale! [unrelatedly, as you know, I've also been pulling out an absolute TON of backlist that is still available in very small amounts]
Until the end of August, 2016: you can have any five above/ground press 2016-so-far titles for $20 (plus shipping; rates below). That work? I've made a ton of things so far this year!
Titles in the current sale include:
Touch the Donkey : tenth issue,
with new poems by Meredith Quartermain, Mathew Timmons, Renée Sarojini Saklikar, Luke Kennard, Shane Rhodes and Amanda Earl.
Partial List of Things I’m Responsible For
ERASURE: A Short Story
Three Bloody Words : Twentieth Anniversary Edition
A New Love/ An Aching Stone
A double-cento out of Yehuda Amichai & Mahmoud Darwish
After the Battle of Kingsway, the bees—
from volume 2 of thecanadaproject, The Heart of This Journey Bears All
Patterns, commonly known as Thot-J-Bap, a long poemRenée Sarojini
Touch the Donkey : ninth issue,
with new poems by
Stephen Collis, Laura Sims, Paul Zits, Eric Schmaltz, Gregory Betts,
Anne Boyer, Sarah Cook and François Turcot (trans. Erín Moure).
A Copyist, an Astronomer, and a Calendar Expert
panpiped panacea / панацея, ten poems by Yuri Izdryk
translated from the Ukrainian by Roman Ivashkiv and Erín Moure
the vitamins of an alphabet
snake charmers : a cycle of twenty poems
Touch the Donkey : eighth issue,
new poems by Mary Kasimor, Billy Mavreas, damian lopes, Pete Smith,
Sonnet L’Abbé, Katie L. Price, a rawlings and Gil McElroy.
Second (expanded) edition
A Precarious Life on the Sea
order, send cheques (add $1 for postage; outside Canada, add $2) to:
rob mclennan, 2423 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa ON K1H 7M9 or paypal at www.robmclennan.blogspot.com:
forthcoming titles include new chapbooks by Carrie Hunter, George
Bowering, Geoffrey Young and John Barton. Watch for details soon on the
big twenty-third anniversary launch/reading/party, as well as the usual
fall notice for 2017 subscriptions! And for further backlist, check out
the link-list of names on the sidebar, just to the right, at: http://abovegroundpress.blogspot.ca/
Don't go, Canada Post, we love you! (but you need to pay people fairly and get rid of the guy at the top. I mean, really...