Worthy of His Fall

By Richard Harrison

Worthy of His Fall
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Governor General Award-nominated poet Richard Harrison?s latest collection is a meditation on fathers, fatherhood, God and war. Powerful images of aging and death are cut with bright slivers of childhood, all set against the backdrop of the war in Iraq, and the questions war ... Read more


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Governor General Award-nominated poet Richard Harrison?s latest collection is a meditation on fathers, fatherhood, God and war. Powerful images of aging and death are cut with bright slivers of childhood, all set against the backdrop of the war in Iraq, and the questions war and death raise. Harrison?s transparent verse and beautiful ability to capture the voices around him draw the reader into what may be his best collection yet.

Richard Harrison

Richard Harrison is the author of five books of poetry. His books have won a Milton Acorn Prize and the City of Calgary/W.O. Mitchell Book Prize. He has been short-listed for the Alberta Writers' Guild Poetry Prize, and the Governor-General's Award for Poetry. Currently, Richard lives in Calgary with his wife Lisa and their two children, Emma and Keeghan. He is a freelance editor and teaches English and Creative Writing at Mount Royal College.

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