Synopses & Reviews
Batoche and Riel have evoked and provoked a diversity of responses from some of Canada's finest poets over the past century, and this groundbreaking anthology presents them in one volume.
"No Feather, No Ink...gives us a good sampling of the first hundred years in the Canadian consciousness." .
About the Author
George Bowering was born in Penticton, BC, in 1935 and served as a photographer in the RCAF. He has won the Governor General's Award for poetry (The Gangs of Kosmos and Rocky Mountain Foot, 1969) and for fiction (Burning Water, 1980). Recent publications include His Life: A Poem, which was shortlisted for the 2000 Governor General's Award, Bowering's BC and A Magpie Life.Lorna Crozier and her partner Patrick Lane are among Canada's leading poets. Crozier is the author of ten books of poetry, including "The Garden Going on Without Us" (1983), the Governor General's Award-winning "Inventing the Hawk" (1992), "Everything Arrives at the Light" (1995), "A Saving Grace" (1996) and "What the Living Won't Let Go" (2000). In 1995 she co-edited "Breathing Fire: Canada's New Poets" with Patrick Lane.