“…language is exploded and spatialized, scattered over the page in pieces of concrete poetry” —Aaron Giovannone for Canadian Literature
Kemeny Babineau lives outside Brantford Ontario with his wife and two children. He is editor of the occasional literary magazine The New Chief Tongue and also operates the distinguished small press publisher Laurel Reed Books. He has published numerous chapbooks, the latest of which are The Incomplete Tree Guide (2006) and VDB Wordlist (BookThug 2007). Fortunately both fame and fortune have passed Mr. Babineau by but there is optimism that wisdom could be on its way by transference from the family dog.
April 2009 | Poetry
10×6.75 inches | 96 pages