Poetry

  • Narrow Cradle

    In Narrow Cradle, Wade Kearley explores the midlife encounter with mortality and the ways we strive to resist, deny, cheat, and even bargain with it. Grounded in both traditional and modern poetic forms, these poems...

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    Available April 6, 2020.
  • Inquiries

    In poems that risk the comingling of anger and elegy, poetry and documentation, humour and the dark spectre of poverty, Michelle Porter’s Inquiries oscillates at its edges, and amplifies the presence of human...

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  • An Unorthodox Guide to Wildlife

    Katie Vautour’s extraordinary debut collection is an eclectic examination of the space where humans and animals meet, where migratory patterns encounter commercial flights, and birds appear as fishermen, security...

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  • New and Collected Poems

    For almost fifty years, Tom Dawe has stood as one of the most respected and admired poets in Newfoundland. This definitive, necessary collection spans five decades of poetic achievement, reprinting each of DaweÕs...

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  • Full Circle

    Full Circle brings together poetry written across decades by one of Newfoundland’s best-loved writers. Balanced on the sharpest edge of life, yet caught in the ruthless pull of aging and death, these poems offer...

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  • I’d Write the Sea Like a Parlour Game

    Richly imagined and evocative, I'd Write the Sea like a Parlour Game explores the diversity and resilience that inhabit life at the margins, from tuckamore trails to the streets of a coastal city, with intimacy...

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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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