Synopses & Reviews
An emotional intensity and metaphysical landscape reveal the dark spheres of a collective conscience in this beautiful yet haunting narrative poem. This tale, with its dazzling turns and deafening silence, delves deep into the heart of a grizzly Toronto murder, offering a stark reappraisal of urban existence and its heartache. A narrative eroticism that presents multiple viewpoints drives readers through blocks of prose poetry and reshapes the night someone was killed in the Parkdale area of Toronto.
About the Author
Sandy Pool is a writer, an artist, and the recipient of several creative writing grants. She teaches writing at Humber College. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.