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If You're Not Free at Work, Where Are You Free: Literature and Social Change
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The essays in If You're Not Free At Work, Where Are You Free: Literature and Social Change focus on the interconnection of community/workplace/individual and how literature has a role in social struggles aimed at making that nexus more liberatory. Certain essays…
Dominion of Love: An Anthology of Canadian Love Poems

Dominion of Love: An Anthology of Canadian Love Poems

by Tom Wayman

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|February 1, 2001

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For as long as we have communicated by words, men and women have turned to poets to help them express the surges of emotion that accompany the feelings we call romantic love. Recognizing that "love's domain is as huge, as vast as Canada itself," acclaimed poet…
Watching a Man Break a Dog’s Back: Poems for a Dark Time
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Watching a Man Break a Dog's Back explores the question of how to live in a natural landscape that offers beauty while being consumed by industry, and in an economy that offers material benefits while denying dignity, meaning and a voice to many in order to…
Helpless Angels: a book of music

Helpless Angels: a book of music

by Tom Wayman

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|April 15, 2017

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Woodstock Rising: A Novel (Large Print 16pt)
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Shadows We Mistake for Love: Stories

Shadows We Mistake for Love: Stories

by Tom Wayman

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|October 3, 2015

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Short stories based in BC’s West Kootenay region from multiple award-winning author and poet Tom Wayman. Living in the shadow of the Selkirk Mountains in southeastern BC, the inhabitants of the Slocan Valley are tied together by magical and dramatic…
Built to Take It: Selected Poems, 1996-2013
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In an era in which North American poetry has become increasingly the poetry of private experience and experiment, it is stunning to realize that we have among us a poet of tremendous public power and importance. This extensive sample of the narrative and lyrical…
Order in Which We Do Things: The Poetry of Tom Wayman

Order in Which We Do Things: The Poetry of Tom Wayman

by Tom Wayman

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|February 19, 2014

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Tom Wayman’s poetry has been published around the world to great acclaim. Wayman is one of Canada’s most prolific and public poets, and his writing since the 1960s has been by turns angry, engaged, hopeful, tender, and hilarious. His voice and…
Winter's Skin

Winter's Skin

by Tom Wayman

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|April 15, 2013

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Dirty Snow

Dirty Snow

by Tom Wayman

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|March 16, 2012

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Tom Wayman's newest collection of poems, Dirty Snow , unflinchingly considers the impact of the Afghan War: its absence and presence in Canadians' everyday lives as citizens of a nation at war. The collection explores Wayman's view that Canada's military…
Woodstock Rising

Woodstock Rising

by Tom Wayman

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|September 28, 2009

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It's late 1969 and Communist China has successfully launched its first satellite. Inspired by this feat, a group of college students in Laguna Beach, California, set out to put their own satellite into orbit in homage to the recent Woodstock Festival. A young…
Boundary Country

Boundary Country

by Tom Wayman

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|April 30, 2007

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Stories that stalk the borderlands between people, eras and geographies - half the tales roam today's BC Interior valleys, and half range from the US Civil War, to 1930s Europe and Toronto, to contemporary Vancouver. Boundary Country is a hitchhiker's guide to…
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