8.5×7, 24pp, /50, $10.00
the grass is a yard now, again considers the relations between certainty and uncertainty, between the expected and the unexpected, and between different reasons why narratives are constructed. jesslyn delia smith, as she has done across a series of chapbooks in the last five years, writes poems about the mundane and the everyday that locate the moments where we slip and grow. These poems are unassuming, and thoroughly disarming.
Poetry (October 2013)
16 October 2013 | jesslyn delia smith interview by Mitchell Caplan on CHUO 89.1 (Click on demand, select Wednesday October 16, skip to 45:00)