Adam Sol’s fourth collection of poetry, Complicity, was published in 2014 by McClelland & Stewart. His previous collections include Jeremiah, Ohio, a novel in poems that was short-listed for Ontario’s Trillium Award for Poetry in 2008; and Crowd of Sounds, which won the award in 2004. He has published fiction, scholarly essays, and reviews for a variety of publications, and recently launched a blog called “How a Poem Moves” howapoemmoves.wordpress.com. With Martha Sharpe he co-directs the Flying Books School of Reading and Writing. He lives in Toronto with his wife, Rabbi Yael Splansky, and their three sons.
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Adam Sol Poster (PDF)