Lisa Robertson was born in Toronto. Her books of poetry include The Weather and Debbie: An Epic. Her chapbook Rousseau’s Boat was recently published by Nomados Press in Vancouver. She teaches at the American University of Paris.

After Trees

The season is called evening. Out of belief comes men and then the sea and then the air and then the upper part ignites and a child comes screaming rosy fluids and then the mother sleeps and what is change . . .
Brick 74