42 pages, 8 1/2 x 11
produced in an edition of 200 numbered copies in Edmonton, Alberta by above/ground press a part of above/ground press’ ALBERTA SERIES, December 2007.
designed by mdesnoyers
Natalie Simpson’s first collection of poetry, accrete or crumble, was published by LINEbooks in 2006. She has also published chapbooks through housepress, MODL press, aboveground press, NO press, and edits all over. More of her poetry can be found in Shift & Switch: New Canadian Poetry (The Mercury Press) and Post-Prairie: An Anthology of New Poetry (Talonbooks). Natalie [see her 12 or 20 questions here] is a former managing editor of filling Station magazine, and she lives in Calgary.
An earlier version of Dirty Work appeared as a limited edition chapbook with No Press (#14), Calgary, in 2005.