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Buckled into the Sky
We travel the world to discover where home really is. In buckled into the sky,...
The Archeology of a Good Ragù: Discovering Naples, My Father & Myself
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From Sojourners to Citizens: Alberta's Italian History
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Pineapple Kisses in Iqaluit
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Higher Teaching: A Handbook for New Post-secondary Faculty
Higher Teaching is a practical manual designed for the new teacher in college or university....
The Ocean in the Well
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South China Sea is a poet's autobiography. Forgoing the props of conventional narrative, the book travels through space and time, revealing the moments in a life that anchor reality and constitute memory. In poems that compel us to remember and to re-evaluate our own personal stories, Norris travels back to a New York City childhood and to his years as a young man in the art and literary scene of Montreal, while moving forward in the present on a soul-changing journey through China. In the pages of South China Sea, memory and experience dance together through the complex maze of existence.

"Red light! // Tom is in the air. // Artie says no, no, no / to all this rehashing / of Dada and Surrealism. // A verb tied to a possessive / handcuffed to an adjectivized / noun. // Tennis balls, no, / goat feet. // There's a simultaneity / in the air, and Nancy says / it just won't do. // Lost in... "
South China Sea: A Poet's Autobiography
The Language We Were Never Taught to Speak
Chronicling the Days: Dispatches from a Pandemic
Quarantine of the Mind: Obedience Training for Adult Humans
Basilicata Secrets: A Culinary Journey
Not In Vain You've Sent Me Light
Why Do You Look at Me and See a Girl?
Through the Waspmouth I Drew You
Choosing Eleonore
Il Vagabondo: An Urban Opera
Letters From Johnny
Walking Leonard & Other Stories