Dreampad by Jeff Latosik

By Jeff Latosik

A hopeful, well timed new number of poems that soak up our ever-evolving courting with technology.

Starting from an urge to reconcile the human desire for balance with what is taking place in a regularly fluid "now," Dreampad, Trillium booklet Award for Poetry winner poet Jeff Latosik's startling new assortment, ponders even if an awesome for residing is manageable while we are not convinced we will say definite or no to whatever in a global that is becoming more and more ephemeral and entangled with the virtual.

These poems, although, are a salvo--or "protest" within the most precious experience of that word--a reminder we'd already personal a verbal structure to specific the trouble of being alive in an international which may, may perhaps, and may nonetheless also be humane, loving, habitable.

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