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Royal BC Museum
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The Royal BC Museum publishes books on the First Nations, history and natural history of British Columbia, and on the activities, exhibits and collections of the museum and archives.

2010 Poetry in Transit

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We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Book Publishing Industry Development Program (BPIDP) for this project.


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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.



Barton, John, “Foul Bay at 2 AM”, Hymn, ©2009, Brick Books.

Bowering, George, “January 26”, My Darling Nellie Grey, ©2010, Talon Books.

Braid, Kate, “The Beauty of Men”, Turning Left to the Ladies, ©2009, Palimpsest Press.

Denham, Joe, from “South of Black Point, Southeast Wind Screaming”, Windstorm, ©2009, Nightwood Editions.

Elza, Daniela, from “interpreting the winds”, 4 poets, ©2009, Mother Tongue Publishing.

Gill, Kuldip, “Mill Yard Sounds”, Valley Sutra, ©2009, Caitlin Press.

Gottfriedson, Garry, “The First Snowfall with Horsechild”, Skin Like Mine, ©2010, Ronsdale Press.

Lam, Fiona Tinwei, “Water Park”, Enter the Chrysanthemum, ©2009, Caitlin Press.

Lau, Evelyn, from “The Wake”, Living Under Plastic, ©2010, Oolichan Books.

McKinnon, Barry, from “An Unfinished Theology”, In the Millennium, ©2009, New Star Books.

Noyes, Steve, “Chi pang miao mei yu”, Morbidity & Ornament, ©2009, Oolichan Books.

Pearson, Miranda, from “Coal Harbour”, Harbour, ©2009, Oolichan Books.

Rempel, Al, from “Fidelity”, 4 poets, ©2009, Mother Tongue Publishing.

Rosnau, Laisha, from “He was the Number 14”, Lousy Explorers, ©2009, Nightwood Editions.

Thompson, Simon, “The Great Terrace Flood, 2007”, Why Does It Feel So Late?, ©2009, New Star Books.

Wah, Fred, “is a door”, is a door, ©2009, Talon Books.