Jim Nason

ISBN 9781771262798

$18.00 CDN/USA  116 pages




In his seventh poetry collection, poet and novelist Jim Nason, delves into the lives of the eight missing and murdered men from Toronto’s gay village in 2017. The disappearance of one man in particular, Selim Esen, compels Nason to search for a deeper understanding of the serial-killer murders while examining his own troubled history. What he discovers will surprise, enrage, and inspire. Cherish each day as if it were your last, Nason urges, as if you had already died and were looking back.

Jim Nason is the author of six volumes of poetry, a short story collection, and three novels. He has been a finalist for the CBC Literary Award in both the fiction and poetry categories. His poetry book Rooster, Dog, Crow was Shortlisted for the 2019 Raymond Souster Award, and his poems have been included in anthologies across Canada, including The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2008, 2010 and 2014.

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