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Poetry Canadian


by (author) Roger Farr

Initial publish date
Oct 2012
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Means extends the inquiry begun in the author's first book Surplus (2006) by shifting terrain from the industrial to the immaterial, while hitting pause on the means of communication and opening lines to new means of resistance to capitalist hegemony.

About the author

Described as "a poet of great heart and aesthetic/political commitment", Roger Farr is the author Surplus (2006), Means (2012), and IKMQ (2012), a finalist for the BC Book Prize in Poetry in 2013. His most recent book is I Am a City Still But Soon I Shan't Be (2019).

A former member of the artist–run Kootenay School of Writing collective, Roger Farr's critical writing on avant–garde poetics and radical social movements has appeared in Anarchist Studies, Armed Cell, Fifth Estate, Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, The Poetic Front, West Coast Line, and XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics. He edited the three–volume anthology Open Text: Canadian Poetry and Poetics in the 21st Century (2008–2013), and was Critical Editor for Alice Becker–Ho's The Essence of Jargon: Argot & the Language of the Dangerous Classes (2015). Currently he is editing The Amourous Comrade, a collection of writing on anarchist sexual politics by É. Armand. A book of variations based on the writing of 15th century poet François Villon is also forthcoming. He is Convener of Creative Writing at Capilano University in Vancouver.

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