Turret House is a micro-press in Montreal dedicated to new and experimental Canadian poetry.
Turret House was started by Montreal poet James Hawes in tribute to his late uncle Christopher, a playwright and novelist who shared his love of jazz, art and literature. The press is named after Christopher’s home in Youlgreaves UK. Rumour has it that William Blake stayed there, this is unproven, but James likes to think it’s true.
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