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HAiL

Artist
Louise Bak
Price
$20.00
Date
2021
Publisher
IMPULSE [b:]
Format
Literary
ISBN
978-1-988817-14-9
Size
5 × 5 in
Length
134 pp
Description

Louise Bak’s work is life through a kaleidoscope: fragments of psyche, fragments of other representations, tie-dyed and spin-dried; it is a dizzying maze and a set of spiky shards, paradoxically reassuring us that all our irrationalities are shared, are normal. -RUSSEL SMITH

Louise Bak’s Hail is a relentless and uncompromising as she is. Among Canada’s experimental poets, she is unique, because her concentration is at once perfect and disorienting. She takes you to a world that is post-logical and asyntactical, but somehow, fully realized and fully inhabited. -BRIAN FAWCETT

Tumbling like blueberries quickly poured into a wooden bowl. –PHILLIP BARKER

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