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Best Canadian Poetry, 2009, The

edited by A.F. Moritz, introduction by Molly Peacock

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From a long list of 100 poemsdrawn from Canadian literary journals and magazines this yearâ??s guest editor,award-winning poet A.F. Moritz has chosen 50 of the best Canadian poemspublished in 2008. With this anthology, readers, often baffled by proliferatingpoems and poets, will be able to tap into the remarkable and vibrant Canadianpoetry scene, checking out the currents â?? and cross currents â?? of poetry in avolume distilled by a round robin of distinguished editorial taste.

 

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A.F. Moritz

A.F. Moritz has published more than twenty collections of poetry as well as important works of literary history and numerous translations of Latin American verse. A leading figure in the literary life of Canada, he has been the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a major award from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. Two of his most recent works have reaffirmed his reputation: Night Street Repairs (2004) received the ReLit Award and The Sentinel (2008) won both the Bess Hokin Prize from Poetry magazine and the Griffin Poetry Prize. He teaches at the University of Toronto.

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Molly Peacock

A.F. Moritz has published more than twenty collections of poetry as well as important works of literary history and numerous translations of Latin American verse. A leading figure in the literary life of Canada, he has been the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a major award from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. Two of his most recent works have reaffirmed his reputation: Night Street Repairs (2004) received the ReLit Award and The Sentinel (2008) won both the Bess Hokin Prize from Poetry magazine and the Griffin Poetry Prize. He teaches at the University of Toronto.

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