Torque (reviewing Gord Downie’s book)

Put a poetry book on a table,
Turn it at an askew angle
And consider the tension that angle brings.

~ Kees Kapteyn

Kees Kapteyn lives in Niagara, Ontario. A painter and writer, Kees has self-published two chapbooks, “Grubstreet” and “Coffee Salt,” as well as been published in magazines such as Canadian Stories, Novella, Corvid Revue, Revolution 21 and the CAA anthologies Woven Words and The Saving Bannister.

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