Brian Bartlett

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In poems of chiselled clarity Granite Erratics presents tales of a spellbound explorer who discovers in landscapes of tangled brush or British ruins all that would be invisible to the ordinary eye.

Brian Bartlett of Halifax is the author of six full-length collections of poetry, including The Afterlife of Trees (McGill-Queens, 2002) and The Watchmaker’s Table (Goose Lane Editions), winner of the 2009 Acorn-Plantos Award for People’s Poetry. His Wanting the Day: Selected Poems, published in 2003 by Goose Lane Editions in Canada and Peterloo Poets in England, was honoured with the Atlantic Poetry Prize. He has also edited volumes of selected poems by Don Domanski, Robert Gibbs, and James Reaney. In 2014 Fitzhenry and Whiteside will publish his first book of non-fiction prose, Ringing Here & There: A Nature Calendar.

ISBN 978-1-896860-15-2
74 pages
6 x 9
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