Roxanna Bennett is a poet living with disability in Whitby, Ontario. She is the author of unseen garden (chapbook, knife | fork | book, 2018) and The Uncertainty Principle (Tightrope Books, 2014).
Her poetry has appeared in many magazines, journals, and anthologies, most recently CV2, Grain, Riddle Fence, PRISM International, Plenitude Magazine, and Tim Tim Literary Review.
Her next book, unmeaningable, is forthcoming from Gordon Hill Press in fall 2019.
You can find her through her website.
Praise for The Uncertainty Principle:
“Just shattering. At times hard to credit or place within the realm of the real. One gets the sense that, had these poems’ formal shapes not been forged from iron, quarried from the bedrock of unblinkered self-knowledge and unbounded love, they would simply detonate. The world is rooted in its own violence, and so births violence in endless cycles. Roxanna Bennett’s work bears the mark of a beauty equal to that brutality. The Uncertainty Principle will rearrange you as you move through it.” — Ken Babstock, author of Methodist Hatchet