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GUEST POST: James Bader on Innovating a Classical Trope in The Essential John Glassco

There is only one poet I know who shares Glassco’s brilliance at transforming dark subject matter: Ovid. Continue reading

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PQ Weekly Roundup: 25 Sep 2020

Every Friday, the PQ Weekly Roundup collects the most shared links in our social media network—bookish articles, reviews, quizzes, recommendations and more—in convenient digest form. Continue reading

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Poetry Preview: The Blue Moth of Morning by P.C. Vandall

We all know that poetry is a many-splendored genre. Its primary claim to fame is often its capacity to convey great depths of emotion in creative ways that prose can’t always match. But with such lofty possibilities, I think many … Continue reading

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Canadian Poetry Must-Haves for Every Library

The Essential Poets Series preserves the work of Canada’s most celebrated poets in a package that is beautiful, accessible, and affordable. Learn more about this great series in the following post. Continue reading

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Pulled from the Pages: The Essential Kay Smith

Have you ever discovered a book or an author that kind of feels like a secret? Perhaps they’re a relative unknown, located away from common literary circles, a little obscure in choice of theme. When you find this author’s work … Continue reading

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Poetry Book Giveaway: Mrs Romanov by Lori Cayer

Happy Poetry Month everyone! It’s always important to have holiday traditions, and ours for the last few years has been to give away books to show our thanks and appreciation for our wonderful supporters. So in keeping, we have a … Continue reading

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