The Movement of the Triangle


The Movement of the Triangle

Lindsay Cahill

Winner of the 2016 John Lent Poetry/Prose Award

$25 | Published May 2017.

5.75" x 9.25", 20pp. ISBN: 978-0-988764-00-9.

It is the future, eventually, and so is this story. Meet Raf, a sweet-toother Latinx punk artist who chooses the chews and flees the fuzz. While the plot may seem deviously basic and basically devious, the action is anything but—it moves like the holographic graffiti .gif that Raf paints on The Dotted Eye, timely and winking. Part speculative fiction, part scrumptious screenplay, and wholly high-energy word riot, The Movement of the Triangle is likely unlike anything you’ve read in your time.


Set by hand in Monotype Bembo and Sans Serif Light for the titlepage, printed into Zerkall Ingres paper, then sewn and bound into a cover of Fabriano Tiziano.


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The production team from ENGL205 included: Emerson Harbour, Jay Kennedy, Brian Kerr-Bassett, Mirka Yargeau & Jason Dewinetz.


Lindsay Cahill lives in Toronto, Ontario. Their writing has been featured in publications across North America including Jonathan Ball’s WHY POETRY SUCKS: an anthology of humorous experimental Canadian poetry.

They’ve independently published and curated almost two hundred writers and artists worldwide, most recently for PALEBLUE: a spacey zine and mixtape (2015) and HOMER’S ODYSSEY: a Simpsons art show (2014).