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2014 Poetry in Transit

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Bus/Skytrain Cards:

Arnott, Joanne. “wild seeds”, A Night for the Lady. ©2013, Ronsdale Press

Currin, Jen. “A Week of Silence”, School. ©2014. Coach House Books

Greenwood, Catherine. “Charity”, The Lost Letters. ©2013. Brick Books

Harper, Jennica. “Fever”, Wood. ©2013. Anvil Press

Minkus, Kim. “TUFT”, TUFT. ©2013. Bookthug

Munro, Jane. “Old Man Vacanas, 11”, Blue Sonoma. ©2014. Brick Books

Partridge, Elise. “Prognosis: 50-50”, Chameleon Hours. ©2008. House of Anansi Press

Rappaport, Henry. “Gliding”, Loose to the World. ©2014, Ronsdale Press

Rosnau, Laisha. “Migratory Paths”, Pluck. ©2014. Nightwood Editions

Saklikar, Renée Sarojini. “Exhibit (1985): twelve.”, children of air india: un/authorized exhibits and interjections. ©2013. Nightwood Editions

Transit Shelter Ads:

Barton, John. “The Living Room”, For the Boy with the Eyes of the Virgin: Selected Poems. ©2012. Nightwood Editions

Byers, Jane. “Coming Out”, Steeling Effects. ©2014. Caitlin Press

Miller, Eric. “Rain after Clear”, In the Scaffolding. ©2005. Goose Lane Editions

Nickel, Barbara. “Reduce your eco-footprint”, Greenspeak: The Eco-Handbook for Kids.

Parry, Mitchell. “After the Quake” Tacoma Narrows. ©2006. Goose Lane Editions

Peart, Danny. “Elder Raven”, Ruined By Love. ©2012. Milagro Press

Prendergast, Gabrielle. “Nina’s Son”, Capricious. ©2014, Orca Book Publishers

Scobie, Stephen. “Masculin féminin Masculine Feminine 1966”, At the limit of breath. ©2014, University of Alberta Press

Tucker, Diane. “Why Don’t You Take the Bus?” Bonsai Love. ©2014. Harbour Publishing

Wynand, Derk. “Musicians on a Bus”, Past Imperfect, Present Tense. ©2010. Bayeux Arts