This collection of poetry features five hot gay poets from Canada and America whose work is sublime, lush, and arresting and expresses feelings of eroticism, pain, love, hope, and grace.
About the authors
Poet, author, and novelist Lynn Crosbie was born and raised in Montreal. An award-winning journalist and cultural critic, she has written about fashion, sports, art, and celebrity. She has a Ph.D. in English literature and a background in visual studies; she teaches at the University of Toronto and the Ontario College of Art and Design. Her volumes of poetry and prose include Queen Rat, Dorothy L’Amour, and Liar. She is the author of the controversial book Paul’s Case, about the Paul Bernardo–Karla Homolka murders, as well as the novels Life Is About Losing Everything and Where Did You Sleep Last Night, a Trillium Book Award finalist. Her most recent book is a collection of poems about her father, entitled The Corpses of the Future.
Michael Holmes writes fiction, poetry, cultural criticism, and literary journalism. His work has appeared in This Magazine, Toronto Star, Carousel, Blood & Aphorisms, and eye Weekly, and he has published three books of poetry (James I Wanted to Ask You, Satellite Dishes From the Future Bakery, Got No Flag at All). Michael lives in Toronto.