A Bruise On Light
From Shane’s successful kickstarter campaign, the most successful poetry campaign in Kickstarter history, comes Shane’s newest collection of poetry, A Bruise On Light. Thank you to all backers for their contributions and support.
A Letter To Remind Myself Who I Am|For Many|Chorus|Once Upon A Doing Time|Ending The Fast |Dear Icarus Harper|For The Loneliest City Rehearsal|The Heist|Red Lights Making Wishes|Tuesday|The Student |Dignified Man|Heaven Or Whatever|November|Getting In Line|Extinction|Insider|The Position|Pinned To The Dish|Weather Warning|Troll|How I Learned To Smile|Quiet Time|Being This| What You Haven’t Heard|Soundtrack|Proposal|Obedience |Shoulders|Favorite|What I Would Write On Your Body
Visiting Hours was Shane Koyczan’s first full-length collection of poetry. Originally published by Mother Press Media in 2005, which he co-founded, the book has since had three editions through House of Parlance Media. Visiting Hours is a compilation of poetry/spoken word pieces that delve into the intricacies of human emotion. Visiting Hours has been well received all over the world and was selected as one of the best books of the year by the Guardian (UK) and the Globe and Mail. This eBook version includes new poems.
6:59 am|Skin 1|Jason Bionic|Once Upon A Doing Time|Quiet Man|On My Back|My Darling Sara|2 Seconds|Visiting Hours|Math Problem|Thought Lines|Finally|The Ultimate Love Poem|Skin 2|Elephant Man|What They Never Told Me|Value|For The Woman|Tarot|Is It Me?|November|Ego|Diligence Man| Hatchets|Restaurant|Surprise|Hardship Man|Help Wanted|Skin 3|The Elephant In The Room|Fallout Man|Sketch|No Need|The Words You Have Written|How We Get Wrinkles|Move Pen Move
Our Deathbeds Will Be Thirsty
Featuring “To This Day” viral success with over 17 million Youtube views.
“The collection of poems speaks like a journey through each formative moment we’d forgotten we had: the monster under the bed and the intricate rules about how to overcome its powers; the ability to talk to girls or boys we liked; the fear of being bullied; our first experience with real anguish.” – Litlive.ca
Swiftly|Atlantis|Spandex Won’t Save Us|To This Day|The Patriot|Communion|Apology|Blueprint|Prayer For The Someone Who Is Somewhere Dying|The Crickets Have Arthritis|What I Didn’t Get You For Valentine’s|Two-Year Summer|Let Me Go|My Neighbours Are Perfect|Powdered milk|The Bored Game|(W)hole|Instructions For A Bad Day|Swallowed|Shut Up And Say Something|Descendant|Circle|Inclusion|Bedtime Stories|Ellipses|This Is My Voice|Seer|Remember How We Forgot|Cinema|Menagerie|Tomatoes|More Often Than Sometimes|Post-It Note To A Self-Professed Jazz Genius|The Practical Applications Of Kindness|Abacus| To The Girl Who Tried To Give Me Advice|Stop Signs|Foreign Relations|A Sudden Misplaced And Selfish Wondering|Lighthouse|Time Difference|The Uncleaner| For My Years Of Service|Married Man|Pre-History|When I Was A Kid|Turn On A Light|For Instance|Our Deathbeds Will Be Thirsty|Toy|Crush
The digital version of Shane Koyczan’s highly acclaimed heart-wrenching and intense novel—about a bullied kid who becomes a bully.
“The narrator is devastatingly observant, and Koyczan’s descriptions through him are poignant, sharp, and surprising… Full of unexpected humour and razor-sharp wit, Stickboy delves into the humiliation and humanity of bullying.” –Gloss Magazine