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Red Nest
Nightwood Editions, 2009 

Short-listed for the 2010 Dorothy Livesay BC Book Prize

Winner of the 2010 ReLit Award for Poetry

“Red Nest feels like a deeply political book without the cant. This first book argues passionately for the interconnectedness of all our everyday actions with the larger, political and cosmic forces shaping the destiny of our species. It’s got the scope of Whitman, the sensuality of Keats, the ferocity of Kathy Acker and Sylvia Plath.” 

-Suzanne Buffam

Hope in Shadows: Stories and Photographs of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside
Brad Cran and Gillian Jerome

Winner of the 2009 City of Vancouver Book Award