Readings From the Labyrinth

By Daphne Marlatt

Readings From the Labyrinth
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From one of Canada’s foremost poet/novelists and feminist critics—a collection of essays spanning over fifteen years.


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From one of Canada’s foremost poet/novelists and feminist critics—a collection of essays spanning over fifteen years.

Daphne Marlatt

Daphne Marlatt was at the centre of the West Coast poetry movement of the 1960s, studying at the University of British Columbia and with many of Donald Allen’s New American Poets, most notably Robert Creeley and Robert Duncan. Her early literary associations with the loosely affiliated TISH group encouraged her nonconformist approach to language and form. Her unique disposition toward language shapes and is shaped by her commitment to exploring and honouring silenced histories and experiences. For her, writing has been a lifelong ethical project, deeply engaged with feminism, immigrant experiences, and ecological issues. Her innovations in the prose poem form have influenced an entire generation (and beyond) of Canadian poets.

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