Time, memory, love and death weave through this intricate and mesmerizing collection of poetry. In this book, Robert Moore has created a museum of stories, people and ideas “some real, some imagined “that captivate the reader. From Joan of Arc, to Rapunzel, to his father, Moore draws ideas and images out of the darkness, making them new and strange, using them to create a rich, shadowy tapestry of verse.
About the author
Robert Moore’s previous books are So Rarely in Our Skins , Museum Absconditum  and Figuring Ground [Wolsak & Wynn,2009]. He has been a finalist for the Atlantic Poetry Prize and the ReLit Award. He lives in Saint John, New Brunswick.
The former director of Halifax’s Khyber Centre for the Arts, Chris Lloyd has had solo exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Art Gallery of Calgary and participates in group exhibitions across Canada. He lives in Montreal.