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NDN coping mechanisms : notes from the field —Belcourt, Billy-Ray, author.

In the follow-up to his Griffin Poetry Prizewinning collection, 'This Wound is a World', Billy-Ray Belcourt aims more of an anthropological eye at the contours of NDN and queer social worlds to spot much that is left uns...

This wound is a world : poems —Belcourt, Billy-Ray, author.

"Part manifesto, part memoir, This wound is a world is an invitation to 'cut a hole in the sky to world inside.' Billy-Ray Belcourt issues a call to turn to love and sex to understand how Indigenous peoples shoulder sadn...

Essential ingredients : a poetry collection —GoldenEagle, Carol Rose, 1963- author.

"There are times in a parent's life when they ask, "Why am I doing this? It's so hard ..." That is, until those occasions of magic happen, and they always do. Parenthood is a journey with no road map. And it is the child...

Modern Canadian poets : an anthology

With contributions from 35 poets, this diverse compilation features the spectrum of Canadian poetry from the last hundred years. Representing various styles and traditions, it explores a lineage of modernist, multilingua...

The east side of it all —Dandurand, Joseph A., author.

"The East Side of It All draws on Joseph Dandurand's first-hand experiences of life as a drug user and single-room occupant in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, and of the ongoing process of healing through reconnection wit...

Event : poetry and prose
Magazine
2013
Availability: 5 of 5

EVENT is an award-winning, internationally recognized literary magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, non-fiction, notes on writing and book reviews by emerging and established writers three times a year.

The dry valley : poems —Wagner, Bernadette L. (Bernadette Lynn), 1962- author.

"The Dry Valley encapsulates one woman's relationship with herself, her alcoholic spouse, and the world, in three different Saskatchewan landscapes. The poems offer a fascinating interplay between mindful explorations of...

Mahikan ka onot : the poetry of Duncan Mercredi —Mercredi, Duncan, 1951- author, writer of afterword.

"This book brings the work of Duncan Mercredi (Cree/Métis) back into the public eye, providing a new generation of readers with the opportunity to experience his unique artistry. Mercredi brings to these poems the sensi...

Mercy —Camia, Shirley, 1979- author.

"Expanding breathlessly in the magnitude of loss, Shirley Camia's fourth collection, Mercy, confronts despair to emerge anew with a bright offering of elegy. Beginning at her mother's hospital bed, Camia invites readers ...

Synaptic —Calder, Alison, 1969- author.

"An award-winning poet attempts to map the brain's neural connections, raising fundamental questions about identity and interiority. This intricate, yearning work from award-winning poet Alison Calder asks us to think ab...

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