Camille Martin is a poet, collage artist, and literary critic who recently escaped the ruins of New Orleans to settle in her new home of Toronto. She is the author of four shorter collections of poetry: fabled hue (2005), sesame kiosk (2001), rogue embryo (1999), and magnus loop (1999). Her work has appeared widely throughout the US and is now being readily accepted in such Canadian periodicals as The Walrus and This Magazine. Camille teaches writing and literature at Ryerson University. Codes of Public Sleep is her first book.
88 pages |9×6 inches