Revelations, unnatural acts and errant reveries drive Mari-Lou Rowley’s third poetry collection. Her title serves notice to the reader that the poetry will be imbued with the retribution of tampering with nature. These are not safe romantic lyrics or hybrid narratives; rather, they are the shadows of the unknown, the ominous acts of chance and coincidence.
About the author
Mari-Lou Rowley has published six previous collections of poetry, most recently CosmoSonnets (JackPine 2007) and Viral Suite (Anvil Press 2004). Her work has appeared in journals and anthologies in Canada and the US—and on Canadian Association of Physicists website. Rowley has performed her poetry across the continent, from Harbourfront to Seattle, where she performed at Bumbershoot, Seattle’s annual arts extravaganza. She also participated in the Poetic Ecologies conference in Brussels in May 2008. Rowley has a Master’s of Liberal Studies degree from Simon Fraser University. A science writer and avid star gazer, her favourite constellation is Orion. Her favourite cosmological phenomena are binary pulsars. In 2006 she moved to Saskatoon from Vancouver to be closer to the sky.