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We Come From The Same Light
Danielle Fournier was the winner of the 2010 Governor General's Award for French poetry for...
Tasting Fire
These poems are the living record of Katz' experiences, passions and reflections. Her writings speak...
Of Snow, of Soul
Of Snow, of Soul offers a substantial selection from each of Talvet's three most recent...
Red Haws to Light the Field
Red Haws To Light The Field is wide-ranging in subject matter: love, eroticism, war, death,...
You Speak to Me in Trees
In these poems, told from the writer's home on the outskirts of the city, dreams...
McLuhan's Canary
If we are to live in this world and share in its experience, we must...
This is Ken Norris' ninth book of poetry which takes as its epigraph a quote from Henry Miller: "When the house is torn down the bed is left standing: the cosmosexual altar." The poems in this collection engage that condition. Whirlwinds of lovers. Voices out of the whirlwind. The bed at the centre of the storm.

Ken Norris
then touch me here
Swimming Toward the Sun: Collected Poems: 1968-2020
The Alchemy of the Body and Other Poems
Tidal Fury
Canticles I: mmxvi
What If Zen Gardens ...
Absurdity, Woe Is Me, Glory Be
Rivers Applaud Forever
The Woman I Am
Swinging Between Water and Stone