Fox Haunts

By Penn Kemp

Fox Haunts
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Celebrated for her performance poetry, Penn Kemp broaches new territory in Fox Haunts. In poems drawn from nature and literature, she reveals a gift for deft adaptation. Sporting her familiar spirit of play while drawing on wide background reading, she invites you to thoroughly ... Read more


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Celebrated for her performance poetry, Penn Kemp broaches new territory in Fox Haunts. In poems drawn from nature and literature, she reveals a gift for deft adaptation. Sporting her familiar spirit of play while drawing on wide background reading, she invites you to thoroughly explore the nature of a specific urban creature, the Fox. Centred in mythology, these engaged and engaging poems offer a compendium of lore and look both outward to the world and inward to the imaginal realm.

Penn Kemp

Heralded by The Writers’ Union as “a one-woman literary industry,” activist, performer, and playwright Penn Kemp is the League of Canadian Poets’ 2012 honorary Life Member and inaugural Poet Laureate for the City of London, Ontario (2010-12). She has received the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Award for contributions to Canadian arts and culture. Penn has published 25 books of poetry and drama, and has had six plays and ten CDs of Sound Opera produced. Penn currently edits poetry for Pendas Productions and hosts her Lit-on-Air program, “Gathering Voices”.

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