Saturday, May 26, 2007

Some Newly Acquired Canadian Poetry Collections

Café Alibi, Todd Swift
One Muddy Hand: Selected Poems, Earle Birney
Vermeer's Light: Poems 1996 - 2006
, George Bowering
Airstream Land Yacht, Ken Babstock
Short Haul Engine, Karen Solie
The True Names of Birds, Susan Goyette
The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition, Louis Dudek
Songs for Relinguishing the Earth, Jan Zwicky
Thirty-seven Small Songs & Thirteen Silences, Jan Zwicky
Tom Thomson in Purgatory, Troy Jollimore
To the River, Tim Lilburn
Desire Never Leaves: The Poetry of Tim Lilburn, edited with an introduction by Alison Calder
Children of the Outer Dark: The Poetry of Christopher Dewdney, edited with an introduction by Karl E. Jirgens

4 Comments:

Blogger SarahJane said...

holy cow! you must be a busy reader. smile

10:42 AM  
Blogger Hedgie said...

I generally average around 30 or 40 new poems a day. One of the advantages of being retired. Heh.

11:27 AM  
Blogger J Martin said...

Have you read Erin Moure? (accent grave on the e)

Canadian. She gave a reading down here in Colorado about, oh, fifteen years ago, but it was a stand out.

Oh, and I can't wait to retire!

7:02 PM  
Blogger Hedgie said...

I've read a little of Mouré's work, not as much that of a number of others. She's defintely something of an experimentalist. I'll have to look for more of her work than I have currently (just a few pieces in a couple of anthologies). Thanks for stopping by and recommending her.

8:08 PM  

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