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  • Infinite Sequels


    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 ...

  • Dream Catcher and Reconciliation


    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.

  • A Weekly Dose of Ritallin


    A Weekly Dose of Ritallin is a curated selection of Greg Frankson's original works as presented over two years on Here and Now Toronto. The A Weekly Dose of Ritallin segment cracked open Toronto with soulfully intelligent, locally invested and ...

  • Abre la Puerta


    If you like trekking far and wide To see what wonder places hide; If you like when ecology Joins forces with philosophy; If you like tongues that foreign be; If you like vivid artistry That takes you to the olden ages And jumps out from the bounded ...

  • My Three Sided Story


    My Three-Sided Story tells of the potency of new love, the destruction of heartbreak, and the recovery and renewal afterwards. These poems explore what it feels like to surrender to love—the excitement, the vulnerability, the longing—and how a ...

  • Who Is Not an Animal?

    Poems on Animal Lives and Rights 1984 - 2018 by

    In Who Is Not an Animal? Poems on Animal Lives and Rights, 1984-2018, James Strecker incisively challenges the universal self-serving claim that humans are superior to other species. He explores human disregard for the suffering of all sentient ...

  • Life Of The Mind


    I invite you into my world of living poetry. The first time my pencil spoke on paper was in 1987, and over a lifespan of thirty years, my poems have progressed. They come from deep within my life experiences and the challenges of life itself, ...

  • On the Road to Delight

    Poems and Short Stories by

    Life has had it's ups and downs. The last twenty years or more have been in control of an eighteen wheel transport truck. This is my poetic interpretation of the the happenings at work and home. Being alone most of the time, lets the mind wander. ...

  • This 'n' That, Bric a Brac

    The Poems of Barry Plamondon by

    This book is a collection of poems written shortly after I suffered my second stroke. It is about the things that matter to me, (family), and things that interest me, (gardening, cowboy life, nature). As well it is about my search for answers in my ...