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Author: Camille Martin

Camille Martin, a Toronto poet and collage artist, is the author of LOOMS (Shearsman Books, 2012), SONNETS (Shearsman Books, 2010) and CODES OF PUBLIC SLEEP (BookThug, 2007). She was born in El Dorado, Arkansas, and spend her childhood in Lafayette, Louisiana. A classical musician from an early age, she earned graduate degrees in both music and English literature. After residing in New Orleans for fourteen years, following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 she moved to Toronto, where she teaches writing and literature at Ryerson University.

Codes of Public Sleep
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Codes of Public Sleep

Book*hug

Poetry. Spanning the permeable boundaries of public and private, of music and syntax, of waking and dreaming, the edgy lyrics of CODES OF PUBLIC SLEEP constellate a rich linguistic universe shot through with questions to be savoured in slow time: Wh...

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Looms
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Looms

Shearsman Books

Poetry. The title of LOOMS signifies the weaving tool as well as the shadowing appearance of something. These "woven tales" were inspired by Barbara Guest's statement that a tale "doesn't tell the truth about itself; it tells us what it dreams about...

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Sonnets
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Sonnets

Shearsman Books

Poetry. In her second book of poetry, Camille Martin breathes fresh life into the sonnet in a collection that is at once edgy and lyrical. The word "sonnet" comes from "song," and the musicality of SONNETS is not surprising, given Martin's backgroun...

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