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Ghost Walk

Ghost Walk

Ghost Walk

In Ghost Walk, Anton Pooles develops a mythology of self in order to give substance to his undetermined origins. He does so through the lens of parable in poems that present strange creatures and uncanny phenomena, positing that “all children know the orphanage is alive.” Both spare and dreamlike, Ghost Walk is a poetic triumph that manifests identity through art.

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Anton Pooles

Anton Pooles

Anton Pooles was born in Novosibirsk, Siberia, and lives in Toronto. He is a graduate of the Creative Writing Program at the University of Toronto and the author of the chapbook Monster 36 (Anstruther Press, 2018).

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