Alain C. Dexter


Alain C. Dexter is a professor of poetry at Brougham College and best-selling, heteronymic author of the award-winning Gizzard’s Luck & Other Organic Festivities, a collection of short stories; and the poetry collection, Poems from the Soles of his Feet. Dexter enjoys imported beer, hiking in the great Canadian north woods, and hobnobbing with the rich and famous. He appears as himself in Elaine Stirling’s novella of horror and good medicine, Dead Edit Redo, and lives on the north shore of Lake Superior.

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Dead to Rights: A Circularity of Glosas
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 11,440. Language: Canadian English. Published: March 13, 2013 by Greyhart Press. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Canadian Poetry, Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Ladies and gentlemen, step right up, don’t be shy, and enter the rhyming gyre of glosas, forty-four line rock operas, poetic pas de deux, created by troubadours of the medieval Spanish courts. Dead to Rights: A Circularity of Glosas features 18 dramatic mini-tales, introduced by quatrains and philosophies that include Poe, Milton & Dickens; spun to effervescence by the spirited Alain C. Dexter.

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