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  • Stones Will Shout

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    In Stones Will Shout, Helen E. Herr shares poetic anecdotes that demonstrate life's ironies and loveliness in equal measure. "Our children have left home for their careers/I just begin mine," she writes, reminiscing about obtaining a theology degree ...


  • As I Was Saying

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    This collection invites you, the reader, into an ongoing conversation – one that, at times, skims the surface of experience, and at others, dives deeper. Just as a conversation drifts from one idea to another, so this subject matter flows from light ...


  • Dream Catcher and Reconciliation

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    Wally du Temple, who was a social worker during the Sixties Scoop of aboriginal children, presents a convincing case for the need of reconciliation with First Nations and also with Mother Earth.


  • Burntroot

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    A collection of poetry that speaks to the wonders of nature and the spiritual and psychological landscape of those who venture into its depth, Burntroot takes its readers on a profound journey. Inspired by a two-week canoe trip into Ontario’s ...


  • Inshallah

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    Inshallah claims its place amongst social media poetry and Instagram sensations like Rupi Kaur. These poems are like perfect cups and inside each is something essential. Personal, observational, and confessional, Inshallah carries themes of ...


  • Emptiness Twisted Into Potential

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    Once what has been deemed young year’s starts to fade what those before have lived through easily follows behind. Enticing what has been said to shift into phrases others have warned of accompanied by ones unique to you. Far from just navigating in ...


  • Emptiness Twisted Into Potential

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    Once what has been deemed young year’s starts to fade what those before have lived through easily follows behind. Enticing what has been said to shift into phrases others have warned of accompanied by ones unique to you. Far from just navigating in ...


  • Fragments of Wonder

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    The world is endlessly fascinating. These works offer a commentary on the ironies, twists, humour and despair but, more importantly, on the sheer wonder of living. They are about artists, religion, other poets, the aging process, about nature and ...


  • Infinite Sequels

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    To every action there is an immediate and intrinsically related reaction, a linked chain of repercussions that domino within this extraordinary corral we call existence. The path taken, the call unanswered, the leaf that refuses to fall- employing ...


  • Holding Up the Sky

    33 Paintings and their Poems by

    Which comes first for you? Words or pictures? In this anthology of paintings and their poems, the artist and poet, Valerie Losell invites you to start with either and enhance your enjoyment of both. Her watercolours and pastels and the poems that ...