Poetry Shelf audio spot: Steven Toussaint reads ‘Aevum Measures’






Steven Toussaint reads ‘Aevum Measures’

from Lay Studies, Victoria University Press, 2019


Steven Toussaint was born in Chicago in 1986. He immigrated to New Zealand in 2011. He is the author of the poetry collections, Lay Studies (2019) and The Bellfounder (2015), and a chapbook, Fiddlehead. His writing has also recently appeared in Poetry, Commonweal, The Spinoff, Sport, and The Winter Anthology. He has been recognised in the past few years by residencies at The University of Waikato and the Michael King Writers’ Centre and with a Grimshaw Sargeson Fellowship. He is currently pursuing graduate study in philosophical theology at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.



Victoria University Press page

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