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Marie Uguay: Selected Poems 1975-1981
This is a translation of a selection of Marie Uguay's poems from the three books...
Pellucid Waters: Selected Poems
Claude Péloquin wrote his first book of poetry Jéricho in 1963, which immediately established him...
Domenico Capilongo continues to play with lyricism, form and language in his new poetry collection,...
The Herb Garden
Bartholomew the Englishman was a 13th century Franciscan friar and scholar whose only surviving work,...
Arms: New and Selected Poems
Laura Boss has continued and expanded her story of the complexity of survival in the...
The Man Who Delivers Clouds
This selection of poems offers the reader a good introduction to a poet of oxymorons,...
Epic in scope, lyrical in its celebration of nature, frequently uncompromising in its portrayal of human violence and greed, and rich in the keenly observed details -- colours, sounds, rhythms, scents, and voices -- that constitute this place we call “our home and native land,” Cantos North/Cantos du nord sings an alternate history, a myth of place, not origins, that cradles us all.

"This reprint of my celebration of Canada is offered as a modest token of my profound gratitude to the land and its people, for welcoming a weary young man fleeing the physical and moral devastations of his native land, and giving him a second chance at life and a new... "
Cantos North / Cantos du nord: An English-French Bilingual Edition
Not Just a Personal Ad
The Sun and Other Things
Canticles I: mmxvi
Canticles I (mmxvii)
The Edges of Light
Body of Night: Selected Poems
Love Poems: A Selection
Trivia Thief: Selected Poems
A Prayer
Songs of Exile
Light And Time