Books tagged: Poetry Anthologies (various Poets)

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AfriCANthology

Edited by A. Gregory Frankson

Truth spoken plainly and powerfully is difficult to dismiss and impossible to ignore. Edited with purpose by Greg Frankson, AfriCANthology: Perspectives of Black Canadian Poets brings together some of Canada's most influential dub, page, and spoken word poetic voices and gives ... Read more

Brilliance Is the Clothing I Wear

Edited by InkWell Workshops

A diverse anthology of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction compiled from writers in the mental health and addiction communities.

The latest in InkWell Workshops’ groundbreaking anthology series, this volume features poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction from twenty-eight ... Read more

Global Poetry Anthology 2013

Edited by Mary Dalton, Sean O'Brien, and Chase Twitchell

The Global Poetry Anthology is a one-of-a-kind collection of contemporary previously-unpublished poems gathered from all corners of the English speaking world. An international editorial board ensures the present volume's cosmopolitan palette, and the "blind" selection process ... Read more

How a Poem Moves

By Adam Sol

 

A collection of playfully elucidating essays to help reluctant poetry readers become well-versed in verse

Developed from Adam Sol’s popular blog, How a Poem Moves is a collection of 35 short essays that walks readers through an array of contemporary poems. Sol is a dynamic ... Read more

Mirrors and Windows

Edited by Anna Yin
Translated by Anna Yin

Over the years Anna Yin has had the honour to translate more than 50 poets’ works. With more and more people growing interested in translation and bilingual poetry, it is time to publish these translations in book form. I hope this serves as a good resource, and will further ... Read more

Missing Line, The

By Marlene Kadar

Recipient of the 2006 Poetry Prize of the Helen and Stan Vine Canadian Jewish Book Award. In this collection of poetry, acclaimed poet and writer Renee Norman captures the sensuous and surreal, the serious and the serene, the simple truths about life, love, self and family.

Our Words, Our Revolutions

Edited by G. Sophie Harding

A variety of genres are represented here--from life-writing to poetry to short autofiction. Readers will enjoy this compelling collection, which represents the voices of women who who have not been visible in more ways than one.