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Poetry Post: Quill & Quire Offers Reviews of Ten Poetry Collections

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In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Quill & Quire is offering reviews of ten poetry collections, which can all be read on the website. The books that have been reviewed are Under the Keel by Michael Crummey, Supplying Salt and Light (McClelland & Stewart) by Lorna Goodison, The Great Black North (Frontenac Press), White Piano (Coach House Books) by Nicole Brossard, The Ends of the Earth (ECW Press) by Jacqueline Turner, Letter from Brooklyn (ECW Press) by Jacob Scheier, Red Doc> (McClelland & Stewart) by Anne Carson, For as Far as the Eye Can See (Biblioasis) by Robert Melançon, Exile at Last (Guernica Editions) by Chava Rosenfarb and Masham Means Evening (Coteau Books) by Kanina Dawson. Check out the reviews to these recently published poetry books to find your next poetry read.

The Poetry Post series is written and organized by Megan Philipp, Open Book: Ontario's Editorial Intern. Having completed the Publishing Certificate Program at Ryerson University, she is pursuing a career in publishing. She also writes and edits for The Mindful Word, an online magazine focused on mindfulness and engaged living.

In celebration of National Poetry Month, Open Book: Ontario will be posting a Poetry Post each week day. Do you have a poetry-related link that you think we should know about? Please send it to [email protected].

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