After 10,000 Years, Desire

By François Charron
Translated by Bruce Whiteman & Francis Farley-Chevrier

After 10,000 Years, Desire
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François Charron is one of Quebec's best known and most admired poets. Born in Longueuil across the river from Montreal in 1952, he has published prolifically as a poet and is also known as a painter. He has long been associated with the group of poets who publish with Les ... Read more


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François Charron is one of Quebec's best known and most admired poets. Born in Longueuil across the river from Montreal in 1952, he has published prolifically as a poet and is also known as a painter. He has long been associated with the group of poets who publish with Les Herbes Rouges, a group which has included Roger Des Roches, Normand de Bellefeuille, André Roy, and others.

François Charron

François Charron is an award-winning poet and full-time writer living in Montreal.

Bruce Whiteman

 

Bruce Whiteman is a well-known poet and reviewer who lives in Peterborough and teaches part-time at the University of Toronto’s School of Continuing Studies. His book reviews have appeared widely in Canada and the U.S. His long poem, The Invisible World Is in Decline, has been appearing in installments since 1984.

 

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