Trillium Book Awards Author Reading 2015

The Debaucher by Jason Camlot

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Insomniac Press, 2008

Camlot’s book is a total delight. There’s nothing he can’t do. His erudition means he produces lines like this with ease: When Byron rhymes bottle with Aristotle, / it makes one want to drink metaphysics / ice cold, on a hot day, without a glass.” To boot, his translations of French modernist poetry are exemplary.

To read more about The Debaucher, please visit the Insomniac Press website.