A Thousand Profane Pieces by Myna Wallin
Courtesy of Tightrope Books
A Thousand Profane Pieces is a first-hand tour through the world of today's woman, for whom desire is no longer a dirty word.
With humour and intelligence, Wallin's poems explore where the sensual woman has been and where she's going. If Candace Bushnell wrote poetry, these are the kind of poems she would write.
About the Author
Myna Wallin is a poet, prose writer, small press publisher and radio host. She has published 3 chapbooks: Vulnerable Positions (2002), The Old Abandonment (2003) and Warning Signs, (2005). Myna hosts "In Other Words" on CKLN. Along with her co-publisher David Clink, she has been publishing poetry chapbooks through Believe Your Own Press since 2002. Myna has her Masters degree in English Literature from U of T. She works in Toronto as a freelance editor.