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Tag: Gaspereau Press
Atlantic Canada is home to many excellent Indigenous poet. Here are four Indigenous poets to check out this year.
Poets in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick illuminate our everyday realities
Murmurations, a book of poetry by Annick MacAskill, is about the flora and fauna of love, and the geographies of the heart. The poems conjure up roaring rivers, ecstatic waterfalls, the pounding […]
In 1981, Ragweed Press, PEI’s first modern-era trade publisher, issued Watershed Red: The Life of the Dunk River by Kathy Martin, a ground-breaking book for PEI’s natural history and ecology. Four decades […]
Keeping Count by M Travis Lane Acclaimed New Brunswick poet M Travis Lane follows up on her 2019 collection A Tent, A Lantern, An Empty Bowl (Palimpsest Press) with Keeping Count, a book published […]
Autumn/Winter Staff Picks
A poetry collection of discovery Year of the Metal RabbitTammy ArmstrongGaspereau Press The poems in Tammy Armstrong’s fifth collection of poetry, Year of the Metal Rabbit, come from a place […]
“Pivot Point is a pleasure to look at, hold, read, ponder and revisit.”
In the age of binge-watching, books are a deeper immersion
Though publishers, booksellers and poets certainly benefit from investing in book design and exploring strategies like in-store placement and cinepoems, much of poetry buyers’ motivations remain unknown, except to themselves.
Ten years ago, I had the strange privilege of co-authoring Atlantic Canada’s 100 Greatest Books. Great Atlantic Canadian books just keep coming. So, 10 years later, I’m again pondering the East Coast’s best books.