Beyond Mudtown

By Rob Rolfe

Beyond Mudtown
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Mudtown was a working-class neighbourhood tightly wedged between once busy docks, factories and the escarpment along the east shore of Owen Sound Bay, regularly inundated with mud during spring rains. Beyond Mudtown, Rob Rolfe's third collection of poetry, is an imagined visit ... Read more


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Mudtown was a working-class neighbourhood tightly wedged between once busy docks, factories and the escarpment along the east shore of Owen Sound Bay, regularly inundated with mud during spring rains. Beyond Mudtown, Rob Rolfe's third collection of poetry, is an imagined visit into past and present-day Mudtown, the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula and places beyond.

Rob Rolfe

Rob Rolfe is the author of The Hawk (Quattro Books, 2008) and Saugeen (Quattro Books, 2011). His poetry has appeared in numerous Canadian literary and political journals. Born in London, Ontario, Rob was a labour leader and librarian in Toronto. He now resides in Owen Sound and Wiarton.

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