The sixth and, on the surface, most peculiar poetry collection from Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist Michael Crummey. Eclectic, unpredictable, and strange, Passengers follows Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer on an imagined circumnavigation of Newfoundland; traces the island escapades of Lucifer from the time of his arrival as a stowaway in the Middle Ages; and wanders the pre-pandemic cities of Europe, touching down in Stockholm's ABBA museum, the Belfast Public Library, Austria's plague cemeteries, and the Czech Republic's Punkva Caves. Widely considered "one of Canada's finest writers" ( Globe and Mail ), Crummey is noted for the immediacy and emotional impact of his poetry and fiction and for his ability to raise the vernacular to planes of "exquisite beauty." Part travelogue, part archeological dig, Passengers is an eccentric guide to the wild geography, folklore, and misbegotten history of the human heart.
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