Publication Year


From: Maunder


Four Seasons on the Bus: Spring – Apollo in a Sulky – Honing in the Too-early Morning – As if you steeped and drank these streets – Reading Alden Nowlan’s “Hens” at the Laundromat – Stumped by a Squat Frame – Two Days, Years Apart, Cézanne Caught a Storm – You Arrive by Water – Street Haunting – First Hot Day – Four Seasons on the Bus: Summer – Peony – Vultures over Cottage Country – How to Survive a Bear Attack – Gathering in the Parking Lot – We met midway up the hill – Crows—fire-eaters – The Human Gyroscope: A Study of Momentum – Sole-worn Glass – curb’ N.— – Poem for a Busy Lover – Four Seasons on the Bus: Fall – Before the Dream in which She is Followed Begins – As an October caterpillar is late, – I Dreamt I Could Fly; I Awoke Encased in Lead. – Shield Lichen – This Hefty Wadding – Similes from Pure Sleep – What Rises to the Top – A Foley Artist’s Wet Dream – Four Seasons on the Bus: Winter – December Scene – Reading Erin Mouré Midflight or How Capitalism Ends – News-scroll for Dream Junkies – Wilde Paints the Parlour White – In the Torso of a Great Windstorm – How to Live in the Belly of a Blue Whale – Two Ways to Stay Dry – An Aerie, All Winter



Claire Kelly

Claire Kelly’s work has been published in various literary journals, including The Malahat Review, Exile Quarterly, Event, and Prism International. Her chapbook, Ur-Moth, was published in 2016 by Frog Hollow Press. Maunder is her first full-length collection. She lives and writes in Edmonton, Alberta.