Creekstone Press

Northern BC's publisher


Review of The Enpipe Line: 70,000 km of poetry written in resistance to the Northern Gateway pipeline proposal

The Enpipe Line collaboration beautifully illustrates the branch of Canadian poetry that has swung away from the individual act of writing about nature to a kind of collaborative activism possible through poetry crowdsourcing….The effectiveness of using poetry as a forum for participatory environmental activism is explained by poet Derek Beaulieu when he writes that “[w]ith The Enpipe Line, poets draw a line in the sand and enact their politics.”

For the full review see Canadian Literature Autumn 2013