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Pitchblende —Godfrey, Elise Marcella, author.

"From an emerging environmental voice comes an evocative multilayered collection of poems about extraction, destruction, and the erasure of Indigenous people. At Rabbit Lake in northern Saskatchewan lies the second large...

The long walk —Zwicky, Jan, 1955- author.

"In The Long Walk, Jan Zwicky bears witness to environmental and cultural cataclysm. Both prophetic and acutely personal, these poems extend her previous meditations on colonial barbarism and ecocide, on spiritual catast...

Forty-one pages : on poetry, language, and wilderness —Steffler, John, 1947- author.

"In this series of elegant and wide-ranging meditations on language, wilderness, poetry, and technocracy, John Steffler takes us on a guided tour of one poet's mental workshop. His focus is vividly personal, shaped by hi...

Red obsidian —Torre, Stephan, author.

"A visceral new collection from esteemed poet Stephen Torre, grappling with the demands and complexities of life in the northwest wild lands. Drawing from a life lived well, amidst hard work and time for reflection in th...

Burden —Smith, Douglas, 1949- author.

"The story of a seventeen-year-old British soldier, Private Herbert Burden, who was shot for desertion during World War I Burden is the story of a seventeen-year-old British soldier, Private Herbert Burden, who was shot ...

Live ones —McCarney, Sadie, 1992- author.

"Sadie McCarney's first full-length poetry collection grapples with mourning, coming of age, and queer identity against the backdrop of rural and small-town Atlantic Canada. Ranging from pellet-gunned backyard butterflie...

The Book of Ayyâs —McLeod, Neal, author.

"In the book of ayâs, Neal McLeod takes his place among the great Indigenous storytellers of the continent. He situates stories of ayâs--a traditional Cree figure who experiences exile, dislocation, and encounters with...

Blackbird Song —Lundy, Randy.
EBook
2018

Drawing deeply from his Cree ancestors and equally from European and Asian traditions, Randy Lundy offers an exquisite series of meditations on memory, evanescence, and the land. This is the mind of prayer, a seeing and ...

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