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"Oh Not So Great": Poems from the Depresson Project, by Rob Taylor. Here are people speaking from deep within the isolating world of depression, their stories transformed into poetry by Rob Taylor’s considerable talents. 

Deep Breath: a book of haiku evolutions edited by Terry Ann Carter
Haiku masters from around the world tell stories about their creative process.

After All the Scissor Work Is Done. David Fraser plays with memory, finds out what's left on the cutting-room floor. But these are not pretty pieces: the poems scrape at the dark of human experience.
Threshold, by Marilyn Bowering, photographs by Xan Shian. Marilyn Bowering unites her voice with the life and words of a silenced, exiled female Hebridean poet who speaks across three centuries.
Nelle fenditure profonde delle mura, traduzione di Ada Donati (In the Bone Cracks of the Walls) La luce indugia. Attende./ Nelle fenditure delle mura profonde fino al'osso/ Sussurrano storie …
Make It True: Poetry From Cascadia, The wildness of the mind Charles Olson would suggest was a use of speech at its "least careless and least logical."
I Want, by Joseph A. Dandurand. "A bareknuckle brawl of lust and longing."
The Blue Halo, by Lorraine Gane. "These poems will be there for us when all else fails."
In the Bone Cracks of the Walls, by Tina Biello. "Cascalenda, a magical place in her storytelling."
Fishing for Mermaids, by Mary Ann Moore. "A magic carpet ride."
A Quiet Coming of Light - A Poetic Memoir, by Jude Neale. "Humour - a sure sign that some kind of healing has happened."
Before the Dark, by Allan Brown. "Exquisite musicality." "classical in the best sense of the word."
Hue: a Day at Butchart Gardens
a haiku primer by T.A. Carter
Poems from Planet Earth. "The most fabulous poetry readings this town has ever seen!"
milk tooth bane bone by Daniela Elza."These crows are mischievous ..."
Dark Matter by Leanne McIntosh. "A unique journey
of friendship between two unlikely people."
Surge Narrows by Emilia Nielsen. "if we could taste it, this book would be salmonberry. It would be salt."
The Wild Weathers: a gathering of love poems. And here is love: trying to portage the bog of refusal...
The Bright Well edited by Fiona Tinwei Lam. "It's a strange relief, a remembrance, the release of tears and the return of rejoicing.
Unearthed by Janet Marie Rogers. "...haunting and devastating—a lovely, searing collection."
Only the Fallen Can See by Jude Neale. "A compelling journey of a mother struggling with bipolar illness."
True by Kirsty Elliot. "Pink feather boas and spruce trees. Glitter and firelight."
Curving the Line / Curvando la línea by Carmen Leñero. Translated by Lorna Crozier
Falling Season by Beth Kope ... "this is a quietly stunning book"
My Nature by Christine Lowther. "a genius for loci ... the pervading spirit of a place."
So Large an Animal by Bibiana Tomasic. "poems of lament, tribute, reclamation and celebration."
Flesh in the Inkwell—poems from a writer's life; an autobiography in verse by Winona Baker.
Let Beauty Be: a Season in the Highlands, Guatemala Kit Pepper. "Simply radiant sight!"
Huge Blue by Patrick Pilarski. "Monumental footfalls.."
Obituary of Light: the Sangan River Meditations by Susan Musgrave. Poems from Masset on Haida Gwaii.
Precipitous Signs: a Rain Journalby Leanne Boschman. "Saturated with the North Coast ..."
Looking for Lucyby Wanda Campbell. "An invigorating quest ..." Canadian Literature
Revolutions by Joan Shillington. " ... the windows of the Romanov’s country prison..." Richard Harrison
roughened in undercurrent by Shauna Paull. "Glimpses the common astonishments of lives lived at risk..."
Ride Backwards on Dragon—a poet's journey through Liuhebafa by Kim Goldberg. "A lush book full of alchemy..." Out of Print
The Discipline of Undressing by K. Louise Vincent.
"I was astounded ..."
Out of Print









A Quiet Coming of Light by Jude Neale was short-listed for the 2015 League of Canadian Poets Pat Lowther Award.
Emilia Nielsen's Surge Narrows was short-listed for the 2014 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award by the League of Canadian Poets.
Joanne Thorwaldson's thirteen poems for releasing love was shortlisted for the 2013 bpNichol chapbook award.
Adrienne Gruber's chapbook Mimic won the 2012 bpNichol chapbook award.
Jude Neale's Only the Fallen Can See was long lisited for the 2012 Relit Awards.
Kirsty Elliot's True was short-listed for the League of Canadian Poets 2012 Gerald Lampert Award and long-listed for the 2012 ReLit Awards.
Tina Biello was shortlisted for the Bressani Prize at the Vancouver Italian Cultural Centre for Momenti.
Susan Musgrave and Leanne Boschman were short-listed for the ReLit Awards for their Leaf titles.
Susan Musgrave's Obituary of Light was short-listed for the CAA Award for Poetry.
K. Louise Vincent's The Discipline of Undressing long-listed for the ReLit Awards.
Kim Goldberg's Ride Backwards on Dragon shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Award.
Allan Brown's Imagines co-winner of 2009 bpNichol Chapbook Award.

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