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Laurier Poetry Pack #2

Wilfrid Laurier University Press

edited by Catherine Hunter; Meira Cook; Robert Budde; Tanis MacDonald; Alison Calder; Nicole Markotic; Leslie C. Sanders; Louise H. Forsyth; Louis Cabri & Laura Moss

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list price: $99.00
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A selection of titles from the Laurier Poetry series. Customized for each course as requested.

About the Authors
Catherine Hunter is a poet, novelist, editor of the Muses’ Co. Press, and associate professor of English at the University of Winnipeg. Her most recent work is the novella In the First Early Days of My Death.
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MEIRA COOK’s first novel, The House on Sugarbush Road, won the 2013 McNally Robinson Manitoba Book of the Year Award and was a nominee for the Winnipeg Public Library’s On The Same Page competition. Her poetry won first place in the CBC Literary Awards in 2007, garnered a Manitoba Publishing Award (a “Maggie”), and has been featured in Winnipeg Transit’s “Poetry in Motion” program. Two of her poems were on the longlist for the 2013 CBC Writes contest. She won the inaugural Walrus Poetry Prize in 2012, and one of her poems was on the shortlist for the 2013 Walrus Poetry Prize. Meira was also the 2013 writer-in-residence for the Winnipeg Public Library.

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Robert Budde teaches creative writing and critical theory at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George. He has published four books (two poetry—Catch as Catch and traffick, and two novels—Misshapen and, most recently, The Dying Poem). He maintains two online literary journals at and .

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Robert Budde teaches creative writing and critical theory at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George. He has published four books (two poetry—Catch as Catch and traffick, and two novels—Misshapen and, most recently, The Dying Poem). He maintains two online literary journals at and .

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Alison Calder teaches English at the University of Manitoba and is a winner of the Bronwen Wallace Memorial Award for poetry.
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Nicole Markotic is a poet, novelist, and critic. Her poetry books include Bent at the Spine (BookThug), Minotaurs & Other Alphabets, and Connect the Dots (Wolsak & Wynn); her novels are Yellow Pages (Fitzhenry & Whiteside) and Scrapbook of My Years as a Zealot (Arsenal Pulp Press).
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Leslie C. Sanders is a professor at York University, where she teaches African American and Black Canadian literature. She is the author of The Development of Black Theatre in America, the editor of two volumes of Langston Hughes’s performance works, and a general editor of the Collected Works of Langston Hughes. She has written essays on African American and Black Canadian literature.

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Louise H. Forsyth, now retired, has been a member of the Canadian Association for Theatre Research from the beginning. She had the privilege of teaching drama, poetry, women’s, and gender studies at Western University and the University of Saskatchewan. She has held several administrative positions and published articles, books, translations, and scholarly papers on Québec women writers of theatre and poetry, including the three-volume Anthology of Québec Women’s Plays in English Translation, Marie Savard’s Bien à moi (Mine Sincerely), Nicole Brossard: Essays on her Works, and Mobility of Light: The Poetry of Nicole Brossard. She lives in Calgary.

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Louis Cabri is the name attached to the poetry books Poetryworld and The Mood Embosser. His chapbooks include Poems, Becoming Kitsch, What Is Venice?, --that can’t and Curdles. His poetry has appeared in The Art of Practice: 45 Contemporary Poets, Open Text: Canadian Poetry & Poetics in the 21st Century, Post-Prairie: An Anthology of New Poetry, and many other publications and projects. He teaches modern and contemporary poetry, literary theory, and creative writing in the undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Windsor.
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Laura Moss is a member of the English Department at the University of British Columbia, and is on the editorial boards of ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature and Studies in Canadian Literature. She edited Frances Brooke’s The History of Emily Montague, and her articles on international authors have appeared in journals and books.
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