8.5×7, 22pp, /50, $10.00
Landforms cuts across geography and the human body in eleven brief, surprising poems. Leigh Nash’s tendency towards concision was evident in her last chapbook, five-seven-five: train poems (The Emergency Response Unit, 2008). While the poems here stand on their own, they can be equally read in sequence and point toward Leigh’s efficient control over longer works. The book is drawn from her first full-length manuscript, Goodbye, Ukulele, forthcoming from Mansfield Press this Fall.
Poetry (May 2010)
25 November 2010 | Leigh Nash reading from Landforms at Raw Sugar Cafe, Ottawa
24 November 2010 | Allison Smith at The Wig spoke to Apt. 9 on the eve of the reading by William Hawkins, Leigh Nash and Peter Gibbon.
9 July 2010 | rob mclennan discusses Leigh Nash’s Landforms after the Ottawa Small Press Book Fair