Sixty-Seven Ontological Studies is a double-stranded book of intense lyric reflections on the fundamental essences of things.
About the authors
Jan Zwicky is an accomplished poet, philosopher and musician whose intense and vivid lyricism imbues her poetry with music and passion. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Zwicky studied at the University of Calgary and the University of Toronto before undertaking an academic career teaching philosophy at a number of North American institutions. She is also a professional musician, with an active interest in baroque performance technique. Zwicky is a prolific essayist, as well as the author of a dozen books. Her works have won her the Governor General's Award (Songs For Relinquishing the Earth, 1998) and the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize (Robinson's Crossing, 2004) as well as many other accolades and shortlist nominations. Zwicky lives on Quadra Island, British Columbia.
Other titles by Jan Zwicky
Once upon a Time in the West
Essays on the Politics of Thought and Imagination
The Collected Poetry of Carol Shields
The Experience of Meaning
Learning to Die
Wisdom in the Age of Climate Crisis
The Long Walk
Essays in Philosophy
The Poetry of Jan Zwicky
Wisdom & Metaphor
Selections from the Rime Spirituali with Photographs of Josep Maria Subirachs? Passion Façade