Have you read Vincent Colistro's Late Victorians?
contributor Vincent Colistro
recently launched his debut poetry collection, Late Victorians,
with Signal Editions
(the poetry imprint at Véhicule Press). Based in Toronto, Colistro's poems have appeared in The Walrus, Hazlitt, Geist
he was a prize-winner in the 2012 Short Grain contest, and was nominated for National Magazine Award for Poetry in 2014.
“The Late Victorians
re-sets the machinery. The voice here is way beyond chatter; these narratives arrive cock-eyed because they take place just adjacent to life's usual misery. Vincent Colistro's poems have things to tell us, slantwise, manic, wry, desperate, dishevelled, and stylish.” – Ken Babstock, author of On Malice
“Dashing and brilliant, Vincent Colistro's Late Victorians
is an unforgettable book of poetry about leaving youth behind to assemble a complete, fortified rhetoric full of catchy riffs and hilarious, precise revelations.” – David McGimpsey, author of Asbestos Heights
:::: Buy Late Victorians HERE
:::: Read Vincent Colistro's poems 'Adulthood' and 'Gyro Beach' in CAROUSEL 36