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2002 Poetry in Transit

2002 Poetry in Transit Bus Cards

The following is a listing of: the poet’s name, the title of the poem, the title of the book containing the poem, copyright date and publisher.

Bowering, Marilyn, “Madrigal, a Lullaby for Xan”, Human Bodies: New and Collected Poems 1987-1999, ©1999, Beach Holme Publishing.
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Dumont, Marilyn, “I am five”, green girl dreams Mountains, ©2001, Oolichan Books.

Friesen, Patrick, “untitled”, A Broken Bowl, ©1997, Brick Books.

Lam, Fiona Tinwei, “Camouflage”, Swallowing Clouds: An Anthology of Chinese Canadian Poetry, ©1999, Arsenal Pulp Press.

Landale, Zoe, “Infinity is the sudden Lilt”, Blue in this Country, ©2001, Ronsdale Press.

Lilliard, Charles, “Raven Prayer”, Shadow Weather, ©1996, Sono Nis Press.

Livingston, Billie, “Paperweight”, The Chick at the Back of the Church, ©2001, Nightwood Editions.
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McCallum, Paddy, “Gargoyle Song”, Parable Beach, ©2000, Beach Holme Publishing.
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Marlatt, Daphne, from “Or there is love”, Stevenston, ©2001, Ronsdale Press.

Morton, Wendy, “Falling Water Birds”, Private Eye, ©1997, Ekstasis Editions.
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New, W.H., “Bicycle Rack 2”, Stone Rain, ©2001, Oolichan Books.

Nickel, Barbara, “For Peter, my cousin”, The Gladys Elegies, ©1997, Coteau Books.
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Nickerson, Billeh, “Driving in Adam’s Jeep”, The Asthmatic Glass Blower and other poems, ©2000, Arsenal Pulp Press.

Parsons, Kelly, “The Nuns Are Peeling Apples”, Threshold: six women poets, ©2001, Sono Nis Press.

Peace, Barbara Colebrook, from “Shadow Icarus”, Kyrie, ©2001 Sono Nis Press.

Wheeler, Sue, from “Islands … The Heart”, Slow-Moving Target, ©2000 Brick Books.