Poetry for Sale

The following poetry zines are available for purchase from the author,  Anna Quon. Please contact her at anna.quon@gmail.com for enquiries, to order and for pricing with shipping and handing costs.

Missing Women, released as chapbook 2019 $8.00

5.5″ x 8″ 

One poem with illustrations from a film based on the poem which you can view here






Mental Illness Poems, 2011: $5.00

  • 12 poems photocopied on parchment or recycled paper
  • cover stock cover, stapled
  • 4.25″x 11″

sold out sign

  • Crazy Women, 2008: $1.00
  • 8 poems about Anna’s women friends in the mental health community
  • folded paper zine, found clip art
  • 3.5″ by 8.25″
  • sold out sign

Wallet Poetry, 2007: $4.00

  • 14 haiku poems about poems!
  • photocopied with found clip art, stapled
  • 2.5″x3″


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A Year in Haiku, 2006: $5.00

  • 12 poems, one for each month with original illustrations
  • 12 poem cards (coverstock) in envelope
  • 10.5 cm x 6 cm

Half Empty, 2005: $5.00

  • 14 poems
  • original illustrations, two-colour printing, stapled
  • 5″x7″


Poems for 4 Seasons, 2004: $5.00

  • 14 poems and illustrations
    • photocopied on granite paper, stapled
  • 5.5″x 8.5″

sold out sign

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