Planet Harbor

By Brian Bartlett

Planet Harbor
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Bartlett has put together a collection of poems with a strong narrative line which draws upon experiences as diverse as a bus driver's salute, the dreams of a forty-year-old batboy, a bus ride in Jerusalem, or a performance by Canuck fiddlers in Nagasaki.


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Bartlett has put together a collection of poems with a strong narrative line which draws upon experiences as diverse as a bus driver's salute, the dreams of a forty-year-old batboy, a bus ride in Jerusalem, or a performance by Canuck fiddlers in Nagasaki.

Brian Bartlett

A professor of literature and creative writing at St. Mary's University, Brian Bartlett (1953) won the 2000 Petra Kenney Poetry Competition. In 1997 he won the Malahat Review Long Poem Prize for the second time. He was born and raised in New Brunswick, and as an undergraduate at the University of New Brunswick, he was part of the circle of writers who gathered at "Windsor Castle," Alden Nowlan's home. Bartlett is the editor of Don MacKay: Essays on His Work (2003).

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