André Narbonne Review

Congratulations goes to André Narbonne for earning a glowing review form Atlantic Books Today. Follow the link to read this well-deserved review: link.

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Review of Beth Everest’s Poetry Book

Check out this review of Beth Everest’s There Will Be Blood & I Will Tell You, Put Your Hand Down Here from The Feminist Caucus: link.

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Riffs & Ripples from Zen River Gardens ReViews Day Moon Rising

Terry Ann Carter‘s latest book Day Moon Rising received a great review in Chris Faiers’ blog Riffs & Ripples from Zen River Gardens. Here’s a snippet of what Faiers had to say: Terry is a master haijin, and current President of Haiku Canada. But most of the poetry is longer in form, and truly heart... Read more »

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Kerry on Can Lit Reviews Shadow Crossing by Lea Harper (BMP, 2000)

Check out this review of Lea Harper’s Shadow Crossing (Black Moss Press, 2000) on the blog Kerry on Can Lit. Here’s a preview: Although poet Lea Harper’s collection, Shadow Crossing is an evocative exploration of life’s passages, the reach of family, the manifestations of light and dark within an individual life, and a search for meaning and connection, anchored firmly... Read more »

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Tabitha Foundation newsletter features forthcoming Black Moss book

The most recent newsletter from the Tabitha Foundation, a group working on charitable endeavours in Cambodia, featured forthcoming Black Moss book Day Moon Rising by Terry Ann Carter.

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Left Hand Horses

In Left Hand Horses, acclaimed poet John B. Lee offers the reader “a clear view into the deep wells of the interior life of an individual writer.” Lee, one of Canada’s most successful and important poets, has redefined the autobiographicalwriting genre. Beyond a mere personal account ofthe author’s life, Left Hand Horses, provides essential information for any aspiring writers. “When I... Read more »

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