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|June 15, 2008

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From one of the most prolific and engaged book reviewers in Canada over the past 15 years, this collection of essays and reviews showcases the literary insight of rob mclennan. The works of such Canadian poets as George Bowering, Margaret Christakos, and Barry…
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|September 15, 2001

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For rob mclennan, poetry is a way of seeing, and what is seen in harvest : a book of signifiers is always a landscape as it inhabits the poet and his various personae. In the absence of capital letters, with only minimalist punctuation, and with a denial of the…
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|June 1, 2009

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The eponymous first part of mclennan's new book consists of fifty "gifts" each centred around words, phrases, or "glyphs" of language that initiate and replicate their own fractal transformations: some remain simply found fragments about which other words and…
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|November 17, 2016

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A new child, a new house, a new neighbourhood: rob mclennan takes the measure of his environment in A perimeter , a collection of shorter and longer pieces from 2010 to 2014. The birth of a child, and the moves that follow in its wake, brings about a…
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|April 1, 2004

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what's left , a book in six related sections, presents us with cues and clues to the poet's compositional strategies. The first section, "hazelnut," measures time as the unfolding life of space. It alludes to mclennan's long-term genealogy project, in which he…
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The Richard Brautigan Ahhhhhhhhhhh covers the range of love, loss and learning that have made rob mclennan one of the most exciting young poets in Canada. The language of the poems, though thoroughly grounded in the media culture of television and film, casts a…
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|April 15, 2011

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Composed in three sections, Glengarry is a return in writing to the landscape of rob mclennan's youth and a headlong rush into the fractures, slippages and buried surfaces of what the text leaves undisclosed to him. In "glengarry: open field (a postscripted…
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|October 1, 2011

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Born in Ottawa in 1970 at the late lamented Grace Hospital on Wellington Street near Parkdale Avenue, rob mclennan currently lives in directly between Ottawa's Chinatown and Little Italy neighbourhoods, and was called "Centretown's poet laureate" by David…
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|July 31, 2014

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Rob McLennan is one of the most original and engaging literary commentators in Canada. Notes and Dispatches is the first collection of his essays, reviews and interviews. The collection ranges widely from an interview with Ken Sparling to a review of Richard…
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|August 19, 1999

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Both an acknowledgement and a quiet celebration of the connections that run through people and their personal and public histories, this poetry collection explores and mines the past and present while stepping into the future. The poems are rich in image and in…
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|September 15, 2004

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stone, book one is rob mclennan's tenth book of poetry. Written in short, lyrical bursts, the piece follows a young couple meeting and awkwardly exploring in an unspecific rural place and time. The work inhabits an eroding landscape, one of family farms and the…
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|May 31, 2013

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