In Blue Sonoma, award-winning poet Jane Munro draws on her well-honed talents to address what Eliot called “the gifts reserved for age.” A beloved partner’s crossing into Alzheimer’s is at the heart of this book, and his “battered blue...
Griffin Poetry Prize 2015
The annual Griffin Poetry Prize awards two prizes: a Canadian prize is given to a living poet resident in Canada, and an international prize is given to a living poet from any country in the world. NNELS production focuses on the Canadian titles. Learn more about the award from the Griffin Poetry Prize website.
- Author:Munro, JaneSummary:
- Author:Book, ShaneSummary:
At once original, strange, funny, and unnerving, Shane Book's Congotronic takes the reader into unstable territory, where multiple layers of voice, diction, and music collide. Some of these poems have the sparse directness of a kind of...
- Author:Thornton, RussellSummary:
In The Hundred Lives Russell Thornton illuminates the intricate imaginative orders of love at work within an individual life.