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The Courage of Poetry
The Courage of Poetry is an ars poetica, not in a technical sense, but as...
Stones into Bread
This is a book about a small Southern Italian village and its offshoots in Toronto....
The Southern Question
Antonio Gramsci's The Southern Question remains as provocative today as it was when it was...
Haeck's intensity is such that he needs to use the fragment to complete an on-going project of finding his way to luminosity. Behind a deliberate modesty, the output is voluminous. Never boastful, Haeck introduces his prose as notes, poem-essay, poem, life-poem, life-novel, as if what he wrote did not merit adjectives such ‘completed' or ‘final'. He has invented a genre that was missing in Canada. The verse has prolonged itself into a regular paragraph. Fiction reads like a telecast, and reality made to look like conscientious invention. The writer is not an outsider; he is one of the many who...

"Thanks to writing, your life has become a cluster of bridges. Your books help you build bridges. Your sentences are like steel beams -- linked together in such a manner that a song can be heard when you walk on them. If no song is heard, you must tear done... "
Tell Me What Moves You

Philippe Haeck, Antonio D'Alfonso
Tell Me What Moves You
Writing Our Way Home
Interviews with the Phoenix
America: La fortune d'un nom
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster: Selected Aphorisms
Delft Blue & Objects of the World: Archives I and II
Obsessed with Language: A Sociolinguistic History of Quebec