Spring Books Are Here! So Let's Launch Them!

Our spring 2023 titles are here, and we're looking forward to celebrating them with some upcoming events here and around the country.

First up? Join us online on Sunday May 7, at 4:00 EDT for readings by Emily Osborne, Benjamin C. Dugdale, and Jeffery Donaldson. The event is free, and you can register here – https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/gordon-hill-press-spring-2023-online-launch-tickets-623039878047.

Keep your eye open too for upcoming details for a Guelph launch on Wednesday June 7 and a Toronto launch on Sunday June 11, as well as events in Vancouver, Calgary, Hamilton, London, and elsewhere.

And to whet your appetite? Here are some details about the fabulous books that we'll be celebrating.

Emily Osborne's Safety Razor combines personal lyric poems with translations from Old Norse, its taut poems running like high-wires between the poles of terror and joy, danger and safety, erudition and naivety. Get a copy here – https://www.gordonhillpress.com/collections/titles/products/safety-razor.

Benjamin C. Dugdale's The Repoetic: After Saint-Pol-Roux is a herniating long-poem, a w(h)orld built by and for the word, and a whorling pseudotranslation of French Symbolist Saint-Pol-Roux’s La Repoetique. Get your copy here – https://www.gordonhillpress.com/collections/titles/products/the-repoetic.

Jeffery Donaldson's Momento: On Standing in Front of Art is a series of short, lyric reflections offering a poetic daydream about the curious, otherworldly, but urgent and existential experience of art, artifacts, and the buildings that house them. Get your copy here – https://www.gordonhillpress.com/collections/titles/products/momento-preorder.