Canadian Poetry

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Eunoia

Eunoia

by Christian Bok

'Eunoia', which means 'beautiful thinking', is the shortest word in the English Language to contain all five vowels. This book also contains them all, except that each one appears by itself in its own chapter. A unique personality for each vowel soon emerges: A is courtly, E is elegiac, I is lyrical, O is jocular, U is obsene. Seven years in the making, EUNOIA is a triumphant feat, as playful as it is awe-inspiring.
The Circle Game

The Circle Game

by Margaret Atwood

Atwood's first collection of poetry made quite an impact. Containing many of her best and most famous poems, Atwood writes in her well-loved style; witty, vulnerable, compassionate, and sometimes quite cutting.
The Circle Game won the 1966 Governor General's Award for Poetry.
 
On the Bearpaw Sea

On the Bearpaw Sea

by Al Purdy

The T E Lawrence Poems

The T E Lawrence Poems

by Gwendolyn MacEwen

Flint and Feather

Flint and Feather

by E Pauline Johnson

Bread, Wine and Salt

Bread, Wine and Salt

by Alden Nowlan

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Afterworlds

by Gwendolyn MacEwen

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Coming Attractions 05

by Mark Anthony Jarman

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The Collected Poems Of Al Purdy

by Al; Brown, Russell Purdy

Canadian Poetry Books & Ephemera

Inventing the Hawk

Inventing the Hawk

by Crozier, Lorna

Lorna Crozier’s work has won numerous awards, including the Governor General’s Award, the Pat Lowther Poetry Award, the Canadian Authors Association Award, and the First Prize for Poetry in the CBC Literary Competition. She has published fourteen books of poetry, most recently, Whetstone. Crozier also edited Desire in Seven Voices and, with Patrick Lane, Addicted: Notes from the Belly of the Beast. Born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, she now lives in British Columbia, where she teaches at... Read more
Curious

Curious

by Bowering, George

Riffs

Riffs

by Lee, Dennis

Concrete and Wild Carrot

Concrete and Wild Carrot

by Avison, Margaret

Near False Creek Mouth

Near False Creek Mouth

by Birney, Earle

Martyrology

Martyrology

by Nichol, Bp

More Poems For People

More Poems For People

by Acorn, Milton

Intimate Distortions

Intimate Distortions

by McCaffery, Steve

Collected Poems

Collected Poems

by Layton, Irving

Another Gravity

Another Gravity

by McKay, Don

Open Letter

Open Letter

by Davey, Frank