Waking in the Preceding – Unmanageability Harmonica – The Program 16 My Animal Family – Anesthesiologist – Yet Why Not Say What Happened? – Cups – Vessel of Bottom Smashed Off – Room 312 – Self-Compassion – Something Goes Here – To Thine Own Self – Gentlemen’s – More Reasons – Daily Visit
Ali Blythe's first book of poems, Twoism, was released by icehouse poetry to critical acclaim in 2015. He is the winner of the Vallum Award for Poetry, a finalist for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize, and the recipient of an honour of distinction from the Writers Trust of Canada for emerging LGBTQ writers. Blythe's poems have been published in literary journals and anthologies in Canada, Germany, Slovenia, and England. Blythe is also editor-in-chief of the Claremont Review, an international art and writing magazine for youth. He lives in Victoria.