Oblivion Avenue by Greg Santos

I'm happy to announce that my newest chapbook Oblivion Avenue is now available for purchase.

It's been published by the good folks at Trainwreck Press.

This is the press that also brings us ditch, the poetry that matters, the Canadian online poetry magazine that celebrates the non-conforming, the radical, the alternative, the surreal, the non-linear, the abstract, the experimental.

The Danforth Review says, "If you need a quick resource on who's who of Canadian poetry, an ever-growing archive is growing in popularity and considerable depth at Ditch, the poetry that matters."

To order a copy of Oblivion Avenue contact ditch@ditchpoetry.com.

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