My book of poetry is here!
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I am poet, hear me read.
Click through to see dates and times of my readings. If you want to hear one of my poems, head on over to Vimeo.
“There has never been a poet like Rhonda Ganz. What a magician of words she is, what sleights of narrative she performs. The pleasure for the reader is unending, no matter how many times you roll these poems off your tongue. There’s such brightness here, such wry humour, such serious whimsicality. If this is what laundry looks like, the wind couldn’t be happier and I want some on my line.” –Lorna Crozier, author of The Blue Hour of the Day and What the Soul Doesn’t Want.
“Rhonda Ganz’s debut collection of poetry is breathtaking, refreshing, direct, oblique. This is not your ordinary first collection of poems; there is nothing standard here. These poems are smart, sassy, quirky, scary—and funny. They are absurd; they are real to the bone. These are small—and not so small—perfect poems. Read this collection for its haunt of the surreal; read it for how it plumbs the truth.” –Arleen Paré, author of He Leaves His Face in the Funeral Car and The Girls with Stone Faces.
"Read Ganz's poems for their risky wildness, their humour, and their startling forms and contents." 
—Patrick Lane
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