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    • Canadian poets,
    • Canadian politics,
    • US politics,
    • Buddhism,
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Revolutionary Pacifism
Poems 2015-2019
by Brendon Shipston

A debut collection of powerful, intelligent poems that takes on themes such as death, ageism, mental health, Buddhism, self-perception, and politics. A young, educated, candid, and self-aware poet, Brendon Shipston uses his voice to help spark the greatest and most fundamental revolution of all - the revolution of thought. Revolutionary Pacifism offers an alternate way of being to a new generation of young adults coming of age in an era of rising social and political frustrations.

Brendon Shipston is a Canadian poet, essayist, short story writer, and political activist from Thunder Bay, Ontario. He first began to write poetry as a teenager after being inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe and D.H. Lawrence. In 2017, he was a regional award winner of the OSSTF/FEESO Student Achievement awards in the category of Prose & poetry for his poem Coveting Bren, and later graduated from Hammarskjold High School in June of the same year. When he is not writing, he is likely reading, meditating, studying, or walking recreationally. Revolutionary Pacifism is his first book.


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