Books published by Signal Editions

Radio Weather

Signal Editions | September 1, 2014 | 64 pages
Radio Weather confronts the changeableness of life—how existence can switch gears with the speed of announced-for snow that turns abruptly to rain. Shoshanna Wingate’s first book runs the gauntlet of her various roles—mother, wife, daughter—in taut, unsentimental, immaculately constructed... More Info

Dog Ear

Signal Editions | May 1, 2014 | 78 pages
Like the “page turned down to make another / page,” Dog Ear explores the marks we leave on a world whose social, political and personal markers are constantly shifting. In his fourth book of poems—and most focused work to date—Jim Johnstone establishes himself as an exquisite observer of... More Info

Satisfying Clicking Sound

Signal Editions | May 1, 2014 | 64 pages
Satisfying Clicking Sound is a book that’s never afraid to make a show of itself. Jason Guriel gives us a quick-thinking colloquial style able to segue deftly from deadpan wit to deep emotion. Like the hard-to-master knuckleball he celebrates as being “less spun / than blown / out onto the air,... More Info

Global Poetry Anthology 2013

Signal Editions | November 15, 2013 | 88 pages
The Global Poetry Anthology is a one-of-a-kind collection of contemporary previously-unpublished poems gathered from all corners of the English speaking world. An international editorial board ensures the present volume's cosmopolitan palette, and the "blind" selection process guarantees that... More Info

A Stone in My Shoe

Signal Editions | September 1, 2013 | 160 pages
Poet George Ellenbogen’s memoir is more than a collection of anecdotes of his immigrant family and their journey from Franz Joseph’s Austro-Hungarian empire to Montreal in the 1920s. A Stone in My Shoe charts his discovery of how an immigrant Jewish neighborhood—a tight-knit shtetl with... More Info

Dante's House

Signal Editions | October 1, 2013 | 68 pages
Richard Greene’s first collection since winning the 2010 Governor-General’s Award for Poetry, take as their subject the rumors, misunderstandings and half-truths that often comprise our knowledge of others. With an astonishing gift for capturing states of feeling, Greene’s new poems movingly... More Info


Signal Editions | September 1, 2013 | 72 pages
The poet's fifth collection is a series of centos that, on one level, draw inspiration from a traditional Newfoundland craft. Like a hooked rug made up of strips of fabric cut from old clothes, the cento is stitched together from lines scissored out of other poems. Dalton's cento variants however... More Info

The Major Verbs

Signal Editions | April 1, 2013 | 92 pages
Pierre Nepveu is unique among French Quebec poets for having forged a voice at once unadorned, sensuous, and adventurous, and this new collection is a masterwork consisting of three sequences. The first focuses on an immigrant night cleaner glimpsed on a subway; the second, a riff on a group of... More Info

All Souls'

Signal Editions | April 1, 2013 | 78 pages
Bluesy, opinionated, sly, self-chastising, and tender, Rhea Tregebov's first collection since 2004 commands a range of tones wider and bolder than anything in her previous books. Inspired by crises both personal (divorce, adult children, aging parents) and societal (global warming, financial... More Info