Warm with the blankets thrown away You wrapped within sheer black like a death priestess Twisting your feet like a Japanese novice And during the next to last song Held on to me like I was the greenest tree
is a poet and multidisciplinary artist originally from the American midwest now living in Toronto. He is the author of four collections of poetry, most recently Steven McCabe Hierarchy of Loss (Ekstasis Editions, 2007). He has exhibited works on canvas, paintings on paper, collaborative artworks, mixed media sculpture and video. In 2006 he illustrated a chapbook, Orpheus and Eurydice: Before the Descent (LyricalMyrical Books), which he co-authored with Tanaz Nanavati.
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