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Like consists of fifty poems every one of which uses the word “like.” Like is...
Heart's Garden
A collection of haiku from one of the masters of the form.
Orioles in the Oranges
Orioles in the Oranges is an exquisitely told story of a destructive modern love, woven...
Fables for Isolated Men
Although his work has appeared in most of Canada's prestigious magazines, Fables for Isloated Men...
This collection is truly global in scope and universal in perspective. From a bog near...
The Examined Life
A collection of poems, concrete poems and illustrations, The Examined Life unearths the lyricism buried...
At the age of eighteen, Raymond Filip wrote 'I am a citizen of the world in exile'. Thirty years later, Filip's ethno-eccentric vision has remained prescient and true. Born in a displaced persons camp after World War II, Lithuanian by blood, Canadian by citizenship, a Quebecker by homing instinct, and Asian by marriage to a Filipina: three continents populate Filip's voice.
Backscatter: New and Selected Poems
Accidental Genius: The Pantheon of Modern American Poets
Blood Rises
Drawing Daybreak
Things That Fall
Somewhat Absurd, Somehow Existential
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001
Absurdity, Woe Is Me, Glory Be
Praise Music
Black Diva: Selected Poems 1982-1986
Star of Free Will
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