The Inspiration Cha-chaBook - 1996
Featuringnbsp;psychic surfers, Shakespearian apes, vengeful dogs, and conspiratorial potatoes, this first major collection of poetry by a longtime veteran of Toronto's literary underground depicts a truly surreal world#151;allnbsp;through the language of overheard conversation. Uproariously bleak, deceptively simple, and thoroughly danceable, the poems paint such pictures as anbsp;childnbsp;born with the ears of a rabbit, a serial killer's homenbsp;becoming a tourist attraction, and a hot-dog vendor awaiting the Pope at Paralysis Beach.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : ECW Press, c1996.
Characteristics: 104 p. ;,20 cm.