Books tagged: Inspirational & Religious

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Canticles III (MMXXII)

By George Elliott Clarke

In Zanzibar, in 2008, George Elliott Clarke began to write his "Canticles," an epic poem treating the Transatlantic Slave Trade, Imperial and colonial conquest, and the resistance to all these evils. That is the subject of Canticles I (MMXVI) and (MMXVII). In Canticles II (MMXIX) ... Read more

Christian Poetry in Canada

By David Kent

This anthology contains "a judicious sampling of the works" of Canadian poets, from the "established" to the "new" to the "neglected." "It is representative, as any valuable anthology must be, of the diversity of form and wide spectrum of taste, both theological and aesthetic, ... Read more

Crito di Volta

By Marc Di Saverio

When 26-year old Crito Di Volta is released after 10 years of psychiatric institutionalization, he develops and launches Mortarismo?a new socio-political, psycho-spiritual, artistic movement? with the aim of deinstitutionalizing, and eventually reconnecting with, all of humanity. ... Read more

Fetishes of the Floating World

By Don Domanski

Governor General's Award-winning poet Don Domanski's posthumous last collection once again melds perception-expanding environmental poetry and metaphysics into a seamless, moving lyric whole.

Fetishes of the Floating World continues Don's lifelong exploration of mystical ecology. ... Read more

Heart of Goodness: The Life of Marguerite Bourgeoys in 30 poems

By Carolyne Van Der Meer

In 1653, Marguerite Bourgeoys arrived in New France, determined to bring faith to the developing Ville-Marie community and education to the young women of the colony (now Montreal). Carolyne Van Der Meer delves into the heart and mind of Marguerite Bourgeoys and, through poetry, ... Read more

Home Was Elsewhere

By Stanley Fefferman

Home Was Elsewhere reveals the intimacies of Stanley Fefferman's 20-year sojourn training in the world of the charismatic guru, Chogyam Trungpa. The poems show the author making himself at home in the master's world by his exertion in meditation practices where discipline is ... Read more

Inside the Pearl

By Jude Neale

Longlisted for the Magpie Award for Poetry

Inspired by contemporary English language haiku, accomplished poet, Jude Neale, explores ordinary objects through both poetry and photography in her new collection, Inside the Pearl. These photos and haiku-like poems capture moments ... Read more

Light Takes

By Mia Anderson

In these Light Takes or playful seizures, Anderson speaks elegantly and eloquently of the unspeakable. She talks lightly of heavy things. She pricks our imagination into fresh perceptions of how things stand with us-especially of how we stand in relation to the transcendent. ... Read more