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Review: Heather Grace Stewart’s Carry On Dancing (Winter Goose Publishing, 2012)

In the introduction to her latest book, Canadian poet Heather Grace Stewart describes what follows as ‘my small adventure’. In many ways, that’s a fair enough opening gambit. As she’s shown in Leap and Where The Butterflies Go, Heather is an accomplished and supple lyricist of the everyday and of the small miracles and telling…

Catching Life…One Poem at a Time

It’s Release Week! Yes, Carry On Dancing is now available on Amazon.com, and bn.com! You can also email me to order signed copies via Paypal. Copies will also be available in Chapters-Indigo bookstores and Boyer bookstores in my area ~email me if you’d like to pick a copy up locally and I’ll tell you about…

Where the Butterflies Go Review in iBOOKS (four stars): ‘These poems are like a key’

‘A willful and successful destruction of boundaries’  **** (4 stars) by Shawn Halayka, Dec. 24, 2011 under Where the Butterflies Go in iBOOKS Anima and animus. Love and sorrow. Past and present. An array of dualities are presented to us in these poems, accurately depicting both the beauty and horror of life at the same…