Frank Davey was the managing editor and co-founder of TISH (1961–1963), the legendary poetry newsletter that began 1960s counterculture publishing in Vancouver. He has published two literary magazines and 46 books, most recently aka bpNichol, a biography, and Poems Suitable to Current Material Conditions. He lives in Strathroy, Ontario.
Tomorrow is Remembrance Day, where we reflect on the sacrifices past and present Armed Forces members make, and the horrors of war inflicted on soldiers and civilians alike. For your Remembrance Day reading, we’ve rounded up 10 war books that will make you feel things.
I'll admit I was a little intimidated to come up with questions for the poets we're featuring here on our. I mean, I'm no poet. What if my questions don't make sense? Who am I to ask, even wonder, what it is that inspires or otherwise gets a poet's motor running? But I asked ... Read more
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