Ivanhoe Station

By (author): Lyle Neff

‘Ivanhoe Station’ is a début collection that rivets with poetic imagery as sharp as movie graphics. These poems address, in turn, social and political questions, while focussing-centrally-on a theme of transcendence.

“Lyle Neff’s poems mix sexual bravura with a vaguely formulated political awareness.” – Canadian Book Review Annual
B.C. Book Prize Finalist

AUTHOR

Lyle Neff

Lyle Neff’s work has appeared in ‘subTerrain’, ‘Geist’, ‘Prism International’, ‘Adbusters Quarterly’, ‘Canadian Dimension’ and ‘Seventh Wave’. His first collection of poetry, ‘Ivanhoe Station’ (Anvil Press), was a finalist for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize. Also published by Anvil Press are ‘Full Magpie Dodge’ and ‘Bizarre Winery Tragedy’. Neff lives and works in Vancouver.

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Dimensions:

64 Pages
8in * 5in * .25in
80gr

Published:

January 17, 1997

ISBN:

9781895636161

Book Subjects:

POETRY / General

Language:

eng

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