July 2012| 5.5 x 8.5 | 28 pp | 978-1-926655-47-5
A Poetry Chapbook by Nicole Pakan
Ive been walking the streets like Ginsberg
alleys like Kerouac, under city lights
the charm of landmarks, crumbling brick
this is a new road
Nicole Pakan is an active member of the Edmonton literary
community. She is the co-editor of DailyHaiku, art editor for
DailyHaiga, and is a past board member of the Edmonton Poetry
Festival. Her first chapbook, Contemplating Vows (with Patrick
M. Pilarski), was published by Katabatic Books in 2011. In 2009 Nicole
won the CBC poetry faceoff in Edmonton, and placed third nationally.
Her work has appeared in many Canadian literary journals, multimedia
exhibits, on television, radio and on stage. Nicole lives in Edmonton
with her literary co-conspirator Patrick, a dozen fish and far too many
plants. To learn more about her work, visit www.nicolepakan.ca.