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A Room in the City: Photographs of Gabor Gasztonyi

A Room in the City: Photographs of Gabor Gasztonyi

by Gabor Gasztonyi

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|July 19, 2010

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Alcuin Citation for Excellence in Design Best of 2010 Non-Fiction, Uptown Magazine A Room in the City presents Gasztonyi's five-year project of photographing the residents of the Cobalt, Balmoral, Regent, and Sunrise Hotels in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, the…
The Wolves at Evelyn: Journeys through a Dark Century
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At once a memoir, a work of philosophy, a story of European immigration to Canada's dark places of the earth, and an exploration of the roots and effects of colonialism, The Wolves At Evelyn: Journeys Through a Dark Century is a stylistic and rhetorical tour de…
The Spoken World

The Spoken World

by Harold Rhenisch

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|September 15, 2011

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A distinguished poet, novelist, short story writer, essayist, translator, dramatist and editor, Harold Rhenisch, regards poetry as "a dance between body and intellect." In The Spoken World he has written a layered and fascinating exploration of his intense and…
Rocksalt: An Anthology of Contemporary BC Poetry
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Rocksalt, An Anthology of Contemporary BC Poetry , features new and previously unpublished poetry and poetics from 108 BC poets. Dynamic and groundbreaking, this first anthology of BC poetry in over 31 years, features an eclectic mix of new, mid-career and…
In This Poem I Am: Selected Poetry Of Robin Skelton
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In a country in which poetry has been largely private and apologetic, Robin Skelton played the part of poet with grand style: flowing beard, mane of white hair, rings on every finger, huge amulet around his neck, all topped off with a black hat that looked as if…
Return to Open Water: Poems New and Selected
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To Harold Rhenisch, poetry is a wisdom path equal to Zen, or a pilgrimage on the holy road from Seville to Minsk. Here is a breadth of musicality ranging from solo piano improvisations to jazz quartets, klezmer music, music hall, and even operatic arias. In this…
Winging Home: A Palette of Birds

Winging Home: A Palette of Birds

by Harold Rhenisch

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|February 15, 2006

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In British Columbia's remote and exotic Cariboo Plateau, "Everything is slow. Everything is happening at the same speed, which is no speed at all." Harold Rhenisch has spent eleven years watching birds every day from his house on the shore of 108 Lake—at…
Linda Rogers

Linda Rogers

by Harold Rhenisch

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|May 6, 2005

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Writers Barbara Colebrook Peace, Harold Rhenish, and John Gould and critic Ronald B. Hatch all contribute essays to this collection dedicated to the life and work of Linda Rogers. Throughout her career Rogers has remained a diverse writer--by turns a storyteller,…
Tom Thomson's Shack

Tom Thomson's Shack

by Harold Rhenisch

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|May 1, 2000

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City and country are reconciled in this series of short prose pieces encompassing Toronto's vast urban sprawl and British Columbia's Interior. On a visit to Canada's largest metropolis, the author is drawn north to Kleinburg, site of Group of Seven artist Tom…
Carnival

Carnival

by Harold Rhenisch

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|March 15, 2000

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Poet, bioregional essayist, and explorer of post-colonial landscapes in decay and transition, Harold Rhenisch combines his father's character with his own, and in a series of luminous, closely-linked stories, takes the reader on an emotional journey through…
Blue Mouth of Morning

Blue Mouth of Morning

by Harold Rhenisch

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|January 1, 1998

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In his various guises as poet, magician, composer, philosopher and clown, Harold Rhenisch transforms an abandoned and inhospitable earth into a fertile garden. The Blue Mouth of Morning combines passionate elegies for Charles Lillard and Robin Skelton with the…
The Voyageur Modern Canadian Literature 5-Book Bundle: The Silence on the Shore / Combat Journal…
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Voyageur Classics is a series of special versions of Canadian classics, with added material and new introductions. In this bundle we find five classic works of twentieth century fiction, drama and poetry, a period when Canada’s literary identity was shaped.…