Train : a poetry journal
Ballast Flint, Oxner’s Beach
Michael Goodfellow It held ships down, against the kelpy sand its worn in shape now more like water than like earth, clear w...
Dani Spinosa Dani Spinosa is a Canadian scholar and poet. Her work investigates the role of authorship and anarchist p...
An interview with Kyle Flemmer
Kyle Flemmer is an author, editor, publisher, and radish enthusiast. He founded The Blasted Tree Publishing Co. ( theblastedtree.com )...
nina jane drystek nina jane drystek is a poet, writer and performer based in Ottawa. her poetry has appeared in...
An interview with Mark Russell
Mark Russell is a poet and teacher living in rural Scotland. His publications include Spearmint & Rescue (Pindrop), Shopping for...
Margo LaPierre i. establish associative architecture cat’s eye dug pit split work brothers raining down chaotic fighter in the k...
An interview with Amanda Earl
Amanda Earl’s visual poetry has been exhibited in Canada, Brazil and Russia, and published in the last vispo: anthology: visual poetry 1...
katie o’brien katie o’brien is a poet, community worker, queer activist, and Netflix enthusiast originally from ...
Train : a journal of concrete
Issue #7 : Sacha Archer Derek Beaulieu nina jane drystek Amanda Earl Kyle Flemmer katie o’brien hiromi suzuki A limited amount of copie...
Alex Manley Today for show and tell, I've brought a tiny miracle of nature: Winter. It’s a season people like to brag...
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