Chapbook Order Request
I have self-published three volumes of poetry over the last few years in the punk rock tradition of D.I.Y. zine making. The first two volumes were produced in the back room of a local anarchist bookstore on a borrowed laptop, fueled by coffee from the nearby soon to be shuttered Seven Eleven. D.O.A. swore it was the most punk rock thing ever up until the demise of Lydia's Pub, The Merry Mansion and The Rock Bottom Night Club. Shortly followed by all the skids who used to hang out on the corner, who were swept up in the ensuing wave of gentrification.
My third collection of poetry “The Broadway Skids” was largely inspired by years of watching the ongoing demolition and gentrification of Nutana, the Saskatoon neighbourhood that I have called home for many years. Rest assured that these words will pierce your mind like the steel jaws of a building crushing Caterpillar, as it replaces the punk rock hangouts of legends with overpriced condominiums and parking lots.
My poetry chapbooks are available for $10-15 each, on a sliding scale - pay what you can. Shipping and handling costs are $2 per chapbook. All of the proceeds go towards supporting my art practice.
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The Broadway Skids
"The Broadway Skids" is the most recently published of the three poetry chapbooks I have written and is a reflection of my memories of the neighbourhood I love that I have offered to the universe. I hope you enjoy the offering and thank you for your support.
Your Slurs Empowered Me
"Your Slurs Empowered Me" in certain respects was a response to bullying and harassment I have faced over the years living queer in the heart of the Canadian Bible Belt. The idea being that even though the words of oppressive people hurt, I will not let them get the best of me.
Confessions of a Modern Queer Beatnik
Confessions of a Modern Queer Beatnik was my first self-produced collection of poetry. Most of my work at the time was focused on my experiences as a transgender woman recovering from PTSD and trauma while looking for love in a world that seemed so cruel at the time.
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