Poetry

  • I’d Write the Sea Like a Parlour Game

    Richly imagined and evocative, I'd Write the Sea like a Parlour Game explores the natural world, and our relationship to it, with intimacy and often wry humour. Informed by the sea-, sky- and landscapes of Dyer's...

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  • Al Pittman: Collected Poems

    The definitive Pittman collection. From the publication of his first collection, The Elusive Resurrection, in 1966, to his death in 2001 at the age of sixty-one, Al Pittman stood as one of the most respected...

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  • Still No Word

    EGALE Canada Human Rights Trust OUT IN PRINT Literary Award Winner! Shannon Webb-Campbell’s Still No Word seeks the appearance of the self in others and the recognition of others within the self. Patient, searching,...

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  • geo•logics

    Stephen Rowe’s geo•logics—his highly anticipated follow-up to Never More There—binds the impermanent to the permanent. With both an inquiry into loss and an inquiry into reason, Rowe seeks a motivation capable...

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  • The Breakwater Book of Contemporary Newfoundland Poetry

    Gathering the strongest poetry published by Newfoundlanders since the death of E.J. Pratt in 1964 The Breakwater Book of Contemporary Newfoundland Poetry features selections from twelve of the province’s most...

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  • Soak

    This collection focuses on physical experience and contemplates the beauty of everyday life – the objects, the stories, and the people that drift in and out. It finds the extraordinary in the ordinary.

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  • Of Love and Drowning

    Of Love and Drowning is a commentary on the pre-cariousness of human existence, using a variety of real and imaginary voices to explore childhood, love, despair, aging, death and the reaffirmation of life. Reviews "Christie...

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  • Where Genesis Begins

    Where Genesis Begins is a collaboration of two of Newfoundland’s foremost artists: Tom Dawe, a profoundly visual poet, and Gerald Squires, a profoundly poetic painter. The book contains thirty-seven poems by Dawe,...

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  • Feral Domicile – Sonnets

    A figure journeys through his old city, speaking sonnets - some from memory, some from contemporary condition and relationship with his place. He has no way to return home. He is in exile. Reviews "There is...

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  • The Last Will and Testament of Jon Martinez de Larrume

    The Last Will and Testament of Jon Martinez de Larrume explores Labrador South and the people who were drawn to its resources and wild beauty from the 1500s to the present day. From one of the first wills written...

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