Women Poets

Women Poets
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Other Houses

By Kate Cayley

From acclaimed fiction writer and playwright Kate Cayley--poems that illuminate the deep strangeness of the familiar.


In Other Houses, Kate Cayley's second collection of poetry, objects are alive with the presence of the people who have handled them. Myths and legends are ... Read more

All the Names Between

By Julia McCarthy

Poems that form an eloquent, searching contemplation of ?the warp and weft of being and nonbeing. ?

All the Names Between is Nova Scotia poet Julia McCarthy?s meditative and crackling-with-dark-energy third collection. From her observation of ?long-horned beetles. .. rearranging ... Read more

Table Manners

By Catriona Wright

Carnal, flamboyant, visceral and bold, Table Manners is a rich meal. Catriona Wright's debut introduces us to the image of the poet as "gastronaut," a figure who seems to live entirely between table and a stove and who steeps her surroundings and relationships in complex emotional ... Read more

A Tea in the Tundra / Nipishapui Nete Mushuat

By Joséphine Bacon
Translated by Donald Winkler

In this poetry collection, Joséphine Bacon challenges our traditional notions of culture and perception, landscape and wilderness, the limits of experience, and the nature of human being. With a surreal blend of emotions and memories, "A Tea in the Tundra / Nipishapui Nete ... Read more

Whatever, Iceberg

By Tara-Michelle Ziniuk

"What if love existed but you didn't have your notification settings turned on?" This is the first question Tara-Michelle Ziniuk asks in Whatever, Iceberg. The answer is a raucous portrait of love gone wrong (and sometimes right) in the Internet age. These are poems that capture ... Read more

î-nitotamahk kîsik (Cree Edition)

By Rosanna Deerchild
Translated by Solomon Ratt

î-nitotamahk kîsik is a poetry collection in Cree that describes deep personal experiences and post-generational effects of the Canadian Aboriginal residential school confinements in the 1960's when thousands of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children were placed in these ... Read more

Collecting Silence

By Ulrike Narwani

The poems in Collecting Silence arc through youth, love and loss, to maturation, aging, peace. Wide travels throughout Asia, Europe and North America bring Narwani face to face with the oppressions of poverty, caste and religion, as well as the seductions of magical new beauty. ... Read more

An Unorthodox Guide to Wildlife

By Katie Vautour

Katie Vatour’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 guards, and street performers. There are riffs on the chameleon ... Read more


By Linda Frank

Looking deeply into humanity's interactions with the animal world, Linda Frank considers our fascination with and fear of nature, as well as our exploitation of all species. These poems catalogue not only the beautiful and sometimes deadly complexity of our natural world, but ... Read more


By Kate Braid

New poetry by award-winning writer combines blue collar tradeswork with unapologetic feminism and untameable nature of BC.Usually, we take for granted or plain ignore the Earth we walk on, the Sky above, the Water we drink and bathe in or that falls as rain, the Fire we assume ... Read more