Manifesto Series #1 40 Copies - Sold Out ISBN 978-0-9938397-6-4
M. Travis Lane is the author of fifteen books of poetry, the most recent of which is Crossover (Cormorant Press, 2015). Her work has received numerous awards including the Alden Nowlan Award, the Atlantic Poetry Prize, the Bliss Carman Award, and the Pat Lowther Memorial Award. She lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
#NoMoreNotes by Thomas Hodd
Manifesto Series #3 40 Copies ISBN 978-0-9951501-6-4
Thomas Hodd has been reviewing Canadian poetry for nearly 20 years. He is an Associate Professor of Atlantic and Canadian literature at Université de Moncton. His essays and reviews have appeared in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Literary Review of Canada, Studies in Canadian Literature, and The Journal of Canadian Poetry, among others.
Slogan, Substance, Dream by John Nyman
Manifesto Series #4 40 Copies ISBN 978-1-988699-17-2
John Nyman's debut collection of poetry, Players, was published with Palimpsest Press in 2016 and shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award. John is currently completing a PhD at Western University's Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism with a research focus on Jacques Derrida's "writing under erasure" and erasure poetry.
Visible But Not Seen by John Barton
Manifesto Series #5 40 Copies ISBN 978-1-988699-27-1
John Barton’s recent publications include Polari, Reframing Paul Cadmus, and The Malahat Review at 50. Frog Hollow will publish Windsock, his eighth chapbook of poems, in 2018 as part of its Dis/Ability Series. Palimpsest his first book of prose, We Are Not Avatars: Essays, Memoirs, Manifestos, in 2019. He lives in Victoria.
Read an excerpt of Visible But Not Seen in The Walrus