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ISBN 978-1-897430-55-2 Come Dance With Me In Ireland: Selected Poems (poetry) 21.95
published 2011 118 pages

Nellie McClung’s poems in Come Dance With Me In Ireland are imbued with intelligence, humour and compassion. That’s the beauty of Nellie McClung’s poems: it is her ability to make the world more familiar, human and engaging. This Selected Poems is a testament to McClung’s vision, which is one of love and reverence for all living beings.

ISBN 1-894800-19-2 I Hate Wives! (poetry) 12.95
published 2003 72 pages

I Hate Wives! is a collection of terse verse and aphorisms on sexual politics in the slightly askew voice of the incorrigible Nellie McClung. She is the granddaughter of the well-known writer and suffragette of the same name.

ISBN 0-921215-95-9 My Sex is Ice Cream (poetry) 12.95
published 1996 96 pages

My Sex is Ice Cream evokes Marilyn Monroe’s glamour, vulnerability, sexuality and intelligence. It is the story, in Marilyn’s voice, of her complex marriages and her many relationships with movie moguls, politicians and poets. The final section includes poetry by Marilyn herself.

ISBN 1-896860-45-1 Salt Whistle Bay (poetry) 12.95
published 1998 54 pages

Salt Whistle Bay is Nellie McClung’s tribute to the mountains and sea of the Vancouver area that have been her inspiration for many years, as they have for many artists and poets. A pantheist by reason and sojourn, she sees the spirit of Kami in everything.