Poetry by Women

A Clearing

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A Clearing

A Clearing is a meditation of the everyday—both the joys and the losses observed in the natural world as they so closely mirror day-to-day human experience. >>

A Peeled Wand: Selected Poems of Anne Szumigalski

A Peeled Wand: Selected Poems of Anne Szumigalski

A Peeled Wand is both a distillation and reconfiguration of Anne Szumigalski's life's work, offering a succinct, authoritative overview of the work of one of Canada's most remarkable and... >>

All the Lifters

All the Lifters

This unforgettable debut collection encodes private cruelties, seduction, and the nightmarish reaches of psychic pain in a language so visceral and fresh that Mazakian's readers cannot help but... >>

Away

Away

Andrea MacPherson takes us on a grand tour of Europe, where the vast legacy of human history combines with her own ancestral origins to make a mark on her. MacPherson is a traveller always aware... >>

BE

BE

The flesh of blood and memory populates the world of BE, a collection of poems that stubbornly seek human identity in an increasingly inhumane world. >>

Blood is Blood

Blood is Blood

Blood is Blood is a collaborative book-length poem for two voices, dealing with the bloodshed in the Middle East, a version of which was commissioned for CBC Radio in 2006. >>

Blood Mother

Blood Mother

How is a woman supposed to express the strange miracle of mothering without falling into hopeless cliché? Blood Mother answers with remarkable originality in poems that never background the... >>

Both Boys Climb Trees They Can’t Climb Down

Both Boys Climb Trees They Can’t Climb Down

Both Boys Climb Trees They Can’t Climb Down is a poetry collection about lost homes. In this book, Stephanie Yorke explores a crumbling, quasi-rural landscape with both great affection and... >>

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