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AZAROV, Vladimir: Black Square
AZAROV, Vladimir. Black Square: Poems. Moscow: Probel-2000, 2009. Limited Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. New. 158pp. One of 50 copies issued.

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AZAROV, Vladimir: Graphics of Life
AZAROV, Vladimir. Graphics of Life. Moscow: Probel-2000, 2009. Limited Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. New. 128pp. Author's first full length collection of poems, written in English after moving to Canada from Russia. One of 60 copies.

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AZAROV, Vladimir: My Bestiary
AZAROV, Vladimir. My Bestiary. Moscow: Probel-2000, 2009. Limited Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. New. 123pp.

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AZAROV, Vladimir: The Kiss from Mary Pickford
AZAROV, Vladimir. The Kiss from Mary Pickford: Cinematic Poems. Toronto: Tiny Van Publishing, 2011. First Edition. 191x125mm. Trade Paperback. New. 135pp. In 1926, after a visit to Moscow, Hollywood super-couple Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks unknowingly appeared in a film about a young man who wants to be a movie star to impress his girlfriend. Pickford only learned about the filme late in life, and Fairbanks died never knowing about it. In 2010, inspired by a commemorative statute of Mary Pickford he stumbled upon in downtown Toronto, poet Vladimir Azarov has here composed a collection of cinematic poems that revisits this unique moment in Russian film history, considers the phenomenon of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, and meditated upon his own relationship to these international superstars.

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BABINEAU, Kemeny: After the 6ix O'Clock News
BABINEAU, Kemeny. After the 6ix O'Clock News. Toronto: BookThug, 2009. First Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. New. np [84 pages]. After the 6ix O'clock News is poetry for inside and out of the eyeball. It is not a declaration of wart or a treaty of verse eyes, it is bigger than that. This is poetry that has to be heard to be seen: to be taken out to be turned in. Babineau's breaking open of the seedpod of genre has resulted in poems strewn about town, yard, and beyond. What grows is an insurgent response to the hiss of is through the conductivity of the eclectic.

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BABINEAU, Kemeny: Training for Hell
BABINEAU, Kemeny. Training for Hell. Mt Pleasant: Laurel Reed Books, 2013. Limited Edition. 280x153mm. Wrappers. Fine. np [7 leaves]. Sheets printed rectos only and stapled into stiff paper wrappers hand stamped on the front cover; with imprint hand stamped to the tail of the rear cover. With dustwrapper, also hand stamped on the front panel. A poem on the gloy of commuting.

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BABINEAU, Kemeny: VDB Wordlist
In 1634 Harmen Meyndertsz van den Bogaert traveled with two other Dutchmen into the Mohawk and Oneida territory of the Six Nations in upper New York State. He kept a journal and made an extensive wordlist. Iroquoian linguist Gunther Michelson has added an English and modern Mohawk translation. Using the technique of erasure Kemeny Babineau has attempted to create a tri-language collage of then and now called VDB Wordlist.Kemeny Babineau lives in Mt. Pleasant, Ontario with his wife and two girls. He writes poetry, fiction, reviews, and the occasional essay. His latest book of poetry is The Incomplete Tree Guide.100 copies stapled and bound into printed wrappers.17pp. ISBN 1897388063

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BABSOTCK, Ken: Days into Flatspin
Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2001. First Edition. 8vo. 81pp. Perfect bound into printed wrappers. As New.

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BABSTOCK, Ken: Methodist Hatchet
BABSTOCK, Ken. Methodist Hatchet. Toronto: Anansi, 2011. First Edition. 214x139mm. Trade Paperback. New. 101pp. Attention Poets!! Ken Babstock writes exactly the kind of poetry that the Griffin Poetry Prize is looking to fund. Read this book well and you might also wind up a shortlisted, finalized poet one day.

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BACHELARD, Gaston: The Poetics of Space
BACHELARD, Gaston. The Poetics of Space. Boston: The Beacon Press, 1994. Later Edition. 203x136mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. 240pp. With a foreword by John R. Stilgoe.

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BACHINSKY, Elizabeth: CURIO
BACHINSKY, Elizabeth. CURIO: Grotesques and Satires from the Electronic Age. Toronto: BookThug, 2009. Second Printing, Revised. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. New. 109pp. Curio is Elizabeth Bachinsky's elusive first book of poetry. Published just prior to Home of Sudden Service, a collection that went so far in another direction as to be nominated for a Governor General's Award in 2006, Curio offers a very different view of what Bachinsky is capable of as a poet, and invites her readers to consider a much wider version of her work as a whole. No one can truly hope to understand her work without reading this volume. This revised, second edition includes an afterword by K. Silem Mohammad. "Bachinsky writes for us, the inheritors of a debased estate in which the last elegiac strains are heard chiefly as canned schmaltz piped into the corridors." -- K. Silem Mohammad.

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BACHINSKY, Elizabeth: Home of Sudden Service
Roberts Creek: Nightwood Editions, 2006. First Edition. 8vo. 78pp. Perfect bound into printed wrappers with French Flaps. Welcome to the Valley Gothic: unwatched spacs, big cities and the small communities that surround them. Elegant poetic forms collide with the colloquial in a startling collection of punk rock villanelles and delinquent sonnets from one of Canada's young writers to watch.The underdog for this year's GG award. Go Liz.

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BACHINSKY, Elizabeth: The Hottest Summer in Recorded History
BACHINSKY, Elizabeth. The Hottest Summer in Recorded History. Gibsons: Nightwood Editions, 2013.

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BACK, Rachel Tzvia: Litany
Buffalo: Meow Press, 1995. Limited Edition. 8vo. np [24 pages]. Stapled into stiff paper wrappers. Fine.

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BADIOU, Alain: Manifesto for Philosphy
Albany: State University of New york Press, 1999. First Edition in English. 8vo. 181pp. Trade paperback. New. Translated, Edited, and with an Introduction by Norman Madarasz.

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BafterC Volume 2 Number 1
After more than 10 years in hiatus, it's back. BafterC originally ran it's first Volume of 4 issues in the early 90s and was edited by Jay and Hazel Millar. Now it's back again, this time edited by Jay Millar and Mark Truscott. This issue contains poems by a.rawlings, Laynie Brown, Lynn McClory, Adam Seelig, Kemeny Babineau, Lisa Jarnot, and derek beaulieu; Julia Williams and Sandra Alland contribute writing. BafterC appears as often as is either possible or necessary. Submissions may be sent to bafterc@bookthug.ca or can be forwarded through Apollinaire's Bookshoppe. The Editors will publish anything they like.NOTE: Shipping charges for a single copy of BafterC will be $2 in Canada; $2.50 to the US and $4 International (in Canadian Funds). If ordering through the website choose a shipping charge and the price will be adjusted when the order is processed.

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BAILLIE, Christina: Scrutables
BAILLIE, Christina. Scrutables. Toronto: Gesture Press, 2013.

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BAILLIE, Martha: The Incident Report
BAILLIE, Martha. The Incident Report. Toronto: Pedlar Press, 2009.

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BAK, Louise. Ginko Kitchen (association copy)
BAK, Louise. Ginko Kitchen. Toronto: Coach House Books, 1997.

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BAK, Louise: Emeighty
BAK, Louise. Emeighty. Toronto: Letters Bookshop, 1995. Limited Edition. 4to. Sewn Into Wrappers. Inscribed by Author. Fine. np [16 pages]. One of 63 numbered [#17] copies sewn into red fine paper wrappers with title giltstamped to the front cover. Author's first book. This copy has been inscribed to another poet on the title page.

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BAK, Louise: Flower No. 26 April 1996
No Place: Flower, 1996. First Edition. 8vo. 19pp. Stapled into self wrappers. A selection of poems. Interesting representation of 'the author' to both the front and rear covers. This copy has been inscribed by the author on the front cover. Fine.

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BAK, Louise: Gingko Kitchen
BAK, Louise. Gingko Kitchen. Toronto: Coach House Books, 1997. First Edition. 152x222mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. 115pp. One of 300 copies issued.

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BAK, Louise: se(e)zure
[Toronto]: Plus Zero Press, no date. Limited edition. Square 48mo. np [12 pages]. One of 26 lettered copies [#U] sewn into printed paper wrappers. Illustrated with three black and white plates. Fine. Signed on the limitations page by the author.

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BALDWIN, Neil (Ed) [ROBERT CREELEY]. The Niagara Magazine #9
BALDWIN, Neil (Ed) [ROBERT CREELEY]. The Niagara Magazine, Number 9 [Robert Creeley On Art & Poetry: An Interview]. Brooklyn: The Niagara Magazine, 1978. First Edition. 212x173mm. Stapled Wrappers. Very Good. np [40 pages]. Some general light wear and browning to the wrappers; light pencil tracings to the rear cover. Contains a long interview with Robert Creeley by Kevin Power.

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BALIUS, Jeremy: Wherein? He Asks of Memory
BALIUS, Jeremy. Wherein? He Asks of Memory. Newton-le-Willows: The Knives Forks and Spoons Press, 2012.

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BALL, Hugo and HAMMER, Jonathan: Ball and Hammer: Hugo Ball's Tenderenda the Fantast
New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2002. 4to. Cloth. 134. Illustrated throughout with full colour plates. Translated and with an essay by Jonathan Hammer. Fine with a faint bump to the tail edges in a Fine dustjacket.

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BALL, Jonathan: Clockfire
BALL, Jonathan. Clockfire. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2010. First Edition. 196x126mm. Trade Paperback. New. 103pp. Jonathan Ballís Clockfire is a suite of poetic blueprints for imaginary plays that would be impossible to produce -- plays in which, for example, the director burns out the sun, actors murder their audience or the laws of physics are defiled. The poems in a sense replace the need for drama, and are predicated on the idea that modern theatre lacks both "clocks" and "fire" and thus fails to offer its audiences immediate, violent engagement. They sometimes resemble the scores for Fluxus "happenings," but replace the casual aesthetic and DIY simplicity of Fluxus art with something more akin to the brutality of Artaud's theatre of cruelty. Italo Calvino as rewritten by H. P. Lovecraft, Ball's "plays" break free of the constraints of reality and artistic category to revel in their own dazzling, magnificent horror.

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BALL, Jonathan: Monsters
BALL, Jonathan. Monsters. n.p.: Cubicle Press, 2007. Limited Edition. 215x141mm. Stapled Wrappers. Fine. np [24 pages].

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BALL, Jonathan: The Politics of Knives
BALL, Jonathan. The Politics of Knives. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2012.

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BALL, Jonathan: WOLVES (lone.ly)
In WOLVES (lone.ly), Jonathan Ball meditates on the word ëwolvesí to produce a series of disjointed poems exploring the meanings the word has accrued throughout history. Within a set of randomly selected constraints, Ball draws on myth, folklore, parable, and his own personal associations with the word, to provoke a violent storm of poetic possibility.Jonathan Ball is a writer and filmaker living in Calgary where he runs The Martain Press and is pursuing a Ph.D. (English). At present, he is editing the literary journal dANDelion and writing a novel called Kanada. He is the author of five previous chapbooks.100 copies bound into wrappers; 4.25x7 inches; 19pp; ISBN 1897388020

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