Woods wolf girl (Wolsak & Wynn) is Cornelia Hoogland’s retelling of Red Riding Hood. Her Familiar is from Crow, forthcoming with Black Moss Press. She is the founder and the co-artistic director of Poetry London (www.poetrylondon.ca), an organization that brings prominent writers into lively discussion with London writers and readers. She teaches at the University of Western Ontario http://publish.edu.uwo.ca) and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April is National Poetry Month, a time dedicated to reading, writing, speaking and promoting poetry in Canada.
To ensure that the word of National Poetry Month is heard across the country, the League of Canadian Poets sponsors readings and performances across Canada and produces a blog that features the works of LCP members.
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This year, National Poetry Month will celebrate poets, libraries and the Public Lending Right Commission.
Together, they work to cultivate Canadian poetry in our communities, nurturing creators and free access to their work.
As such, the theme for the 2011 LCP National Poetry Month blog is: nurture / nourrire.
- May 2011 (1)
- April 2011 (84)
- February 2011 (2)
I enjoy crows, their antics/actions and poems about them. Your observations are delightfully expressed – tin-soldering along the fence rail is right on. The final comparison of his humour at the end is a neat twist. Could “he” be a “she”?
Peter, please read more about Crow and my other publications at the following websites: