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Razovsky at Peace

4.25  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Touching, hilarious, and terrifying: the follow-up collection by 2000 Trillium Award Nominee. In his third major collection of poetry, Stuart Ross blazes surprising, new paths. Razovsky At Peace still showcases his trademark humour, surrealism, and absurd take on the banal, but also delves into darker, more raw territory. While once again challenging our perception of ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by ECW Press (first published 2001)
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Sep 19, 2016 Matthew rated it really liked it
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You know what they say about not judging a book by its cover...? Well, it's true of most books and it's especially true of Razovsky at Peace. Please do not judge this book by its cover. The cover has no relation to the contents whatsoever (with the possible exception of the line about the eyeglasses "shattering / like comedic dancing ants" from "One Afternoon in the Pharmacy", pg. 59).

If you can overlook the cover, you arrive at the title. Razovsky at Peace. Who is Razovsky? Razovsky is none oth
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Stuart Ross published his first literary pamphlet on the photocopier in his dad’s office one night in 1979. Through the 1980s, he stood on Toronto’s Yonge Street wearing signs like “Writer Going To Hell: Buy My Books,” selling over 7,000 poetry and fiction chapbooks.

A tireless literary press activist, he is the co-founder of the Toronto Small Press Book Fair and now a founding member of the Meet

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