Ali Pinkney



Of all of the things on which
I would like to pee one day
Sponge Toffee,
are Number One.



An ending is calculated. Interlocutors seek existential counsel from other-worldly spirits by way of a Ouija board’s heart-shaped planchette. A collection of disembodied elegies, Tampion explores the psychological anatomies of the 21st Century damsel as gun. From Metatron's first catalogue of 6 titles in 2014, Ali Pinkney's Tampion is now available as an e-book. This book is wrought with emotion and sentiment and is ominous, unique and captivating.


Ali Pinkney is a literary writer who is invested in poetics and based on Tiohtiá:ke / Montréal. She holds her year's Steinberg Scholarship, Fellowship with the Faculty of Arts and Science, and a variety of research and teaching duties with the Department of English at Concordia University where she pursues her Master of Arts (2019-21). Ali's first novella, Roadkill Croque Monsieur is set for publication with Bad Books Press in late 2020. Ali's experimental work Tampion was published in 2014 as part of the inauguration of Metatron Press.





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