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What If Zen Gardens ...
In What If Zen Gardens …, Henry Beissel, often considered the master of the long...
Startled Night
Part distilled observation, part imaginative act, part spiritual expedition, the lyrically-idiosyncratic poems in Startled Night...
Canticles I: mmxvi
Book I of “The Canticles” puts into dialogue -- as dramatic monologues -- those who...
Collected Poems
This collection spans almost five decades and contains more than two hundred poems --...
Counterpanes
The pivotal figure of Quebec literature and publishing since the fifties, Gaston Miron in this...
The Fat Man Arpeggios
In The Fat Man Arpeggios, Pellegrino D'Acierno presents a ludic portrait of the Fat Man...
Spanning fifty years, these poems of love, sexuality, motherhood, loneliness, old age, and death are culled from the lifetime of Dorothy Livesay's expression of the woman she is. This selection was chosen by Dorothy Livesay herself.
The Woman I Am

Dorothy Livesay
2000
The Woman I Am
The Passions of Mr. Desire: Selected Poems
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes
Heart's Garden
Burning The Furniture
Wait
The Missing Field
A Place in the World
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001
Pellucid Waters: Selected Poems
The Irrelevant Man
This Nothing's Place
Writing Cultural Difference: Italian-Canadian Creative and Critical Works