Toronto poet Stan Rogal's second book of poetry is based on Mallarmé's idea that everyone has 'un musée imaginaire' in his head. Rogal's collection of poems reflects his belief that not everyone's imaginary museum would hold masterpieces, but could also house velvet paintings of Elvis.
"In the true tradition of the surrealists, Stan Rogal's voice captivates with calculated understatement, with the said as much as the unsaid, and with startling imagery. . . . [A] compelling journey through a talented and serious poet's mind." --"Canadian Book Review Annual"