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Magnetic Days

Roland Pemberton
Artists' Books
11 × 18 cm

An abstract rendering of contemporary Canadian youth culture, Magnetic Days is a collection of poems and stories about love, class, race, drugs and religion.

Magnetic Days is the first book of poetry from Roland Pemberton. Pemberton was born in Edmonton and records and produces music as Rollie/Cadence Weapon. His albums Breaking Kayfabe and Hope In Dirt City were shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize. He served as Edmonton’s Poet Laureate from 2009 to 2011. He lives in Montréal.

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