Poetry from Canada and around the world.
This ecstatic long poem of hope and creeks and cats and rain is a translation of Alberto Caeiro/Fernando Pessoa's classic long poem O Guardador de Rebanhos.
Ken Babstock's extraordinary second collection reveals a poet in full flight: fearless and technically brilliant.
Moure's candid, passionate poetry explores the ways we might rethink nation and community.
Dennis Lee's heart-stricken masterpiece reminds us why poetry still matters.
Adam Sol's sublime poems are about music, but they are also about the silence it breaks, and the inevitable recurrence of that silence.
A collection of remarkably well-crafted love letters, letters of loss, and lyrical moments of complaint and redress.
An astonishing work by a master of the poetic form operating at the height of his powers.
Suzanne Buffam's debut poetry collection admits the self is fluid -- so we bid farewell to many "selves."
Moure's poetic voices are as fluid, clear, animated, and shimmering with light and life as ever.
A Trillium Book Award for Poetry winner, this collection reminds us that our solitude is painful, yet precious.
From the grotesque to the beautiful, Lynn Crosbie's depiction of the lover adrift alters how we think of the love poem.
Ken Babstock's brilliant third collection of poetry testifies to the harrowing beauty of everyday experience.