Flicker & Hawk

By Patrick Friesen

Flicker & Hawk
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With Flicker and Hawk Friesen expands the scope of his highly praised earlier works. These are poems from the gut and heart, occasionally underlined by other voices, dealing with themes of mortality, love, marriage, and spiritual explorations.


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With Flicker and Hawk Friesen expands the scope of his highly praised earlier works. These are poems from the gut and heart, occasionally underlined by other voices, dealing with themes of mortality, love, marriage, and spiritual explorations.

Patrick Friesen

Patrick Friesen writes poetry, essays, drama, scripts, songs, and text for dance and music. The author of over a dozen books of poetry, Friesen has collaborated with various musicians, including Big Dave McLean, Cate Friesen, and Marilyn Lerner, and with choreographer-dancers Margie Gillis, Stephanie Ballard, and Ruth Cansfield. Friesen also teaches, part-time, as a sessional in the Writing Department at the University of Victoria. His most recent poetry book is 'jumping in the asylum'(Quattro Books, 2011). Formerly of Winnipeg, Friesen now lives in Brentwood Bay on Vancouver Island.

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