The seventeenth edition of the International Who's Who in Poetry is a unique and comprehensive guide to the leading lights and freshest talent in poetry today. Containing biographies of more than 4,000 contemporary poets world-wide, this essential reference work provides truly international coverage. In addition to the well known poets, talented up-and-coming writers are also profiled. Key Features: each entry provides full career history and publication details appendices section lists international prizes, organizations and poetry publications, lists of Poets Laureate.
Madame Daphne Jane Rogers Molson is a Canadian, membered, International Who's Who Golden Poet, awarded laureate graduate, of American multibillionaire, Howard Ely, Editor and Owner of Waternark Press. Since 1997, Howard's International Library of Poetry anthologies, America In The Millennium, The Colors of Life, The Best Poems and Poets, The International Who's Who In Poetry, Poetry.com, The Sound of Poetry tapes, discs, electronic collections, and the International Society of Poets Conventions and Symposiums have acclaimed Daphne's evocative, meaningful, wittingly woven humour, satire, war and peace pathos, peace and prayer asking, prose, and human loving, inspiring poems. Xlibris published With Love To Humanity and Madame Daphne Jane Rogers Molson in 2011 to BEA, America's yearly book exhibition, held in New York City, then to Chicago, then to Canadian and American cities television, newspaper, and radio medias. Former Presidents, Barack Obama and William Clinton thanked Daph for A New Millennium Address To Humanity. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and House of Commons MP, Maryam Monsef congratulated her poetry works. Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Trillium Foundation, EC3, Chapters, Indigo, Trent University, The Poetry Institute of Canada, Canadian Authors Association, Canadian Writers Summit, Amazon, Kindle, Xlibris and others sponsor and sell Daph's books. Her famous city, Rogers and Molson relatives, friends, and their profit making of wealth, business, industry, culture, art, and Daph's are the essence of this book.
The Cold War was in full swing when two teenage boys drop acid for the first time. Brian’s decisions and actions cause incredible despair to everyone and everything he touches, including his mother. His best friend cannot help him, and it is not until their drive into Death Valley where all becomes clear. What is the next step? Will the sheriff catch up to them? Does anybody care anyway? Three infant hawks hatch as their mother gently clears their air passages, not knowing she has begun the struggle for her own last breath.
Martha Dreams is a collection of dreams shared by a young woman from Colihaut. Her grandma was the dream expert in the village, and now that she has passed, who is going to explain these dreams to Martha? Martha dreams funny dreams, weird dreams, scary dreams, risky dreams, dramatic dreams, life-changing dreams, and even lucid dreams. Are they just reality being relived, or are they secret codes to her inner being or warnings for the future? Please read on to find out. Can you interpret these dreams? If yes, will you share the dream interpretations with us in your comments about the book?
This book is a voice for those that are abused with no voice, an encouraging voice to keep the faith. The whole point of writing this book is to help others to dig deep and find yourself regardless of the circumstances you to can survive.
What Will We Remember is a collection of poems that commemorates members of society with a loss of memory or who have lost a loved one. The reader will find treasured keepsakes that will either take them to a different time line or allow them to reflect on things to come. We all see faces, but do we see the face of change? WHAT WILL WE REMEMBER?
Never a dull moment! How Can Teenagers Spend Their Spare Time Usefully? Lending a Hand to the Family is a self-help book that includes wonderful participation ideas for the whole family. Some activities can be done alone, while others are group activities. This book will help eradicate boredom for teenagers and young adults, allowing them to spend their time in useful and interesting pursuits. Don't you wish you had this book years ago?
It’s hard to know how to handle bullies. But NOT telling someone and NOT stopping the bully can be dangerous. Bullying is not new and it can happen to anyone. Remember that if you are bullied, you’re not alone. And it’s not your fault. Anyone can be a target; in fact, bullies often pick on children who did nothing to provoke them. Let’s see what Longger-Jo did. Should he have acted differently? What would you do?
Martha’s Dreams is a collection of dreams shared by a young woman from Colihaut. Her grandma was the dream expert in the village, and now that she has passed, who is going to explain these dreams to Martha? Are they just reality being relieved, or are they secret codes to her inner being or warnings for the future? Please read on to find out. Can you interpret these dreams? If yes, share the dream interpretations with us in your comments about the book.
Opening doors, dreaming awake, tracing networks of music and meaning, Marlatt’s poetry stands out as an essential engagement with what matters to anyone writing with a social-environmental conscience. Rivering includes poems inspired by the village of Steveston where, before the war, a Japanese-Canadian community lived within the rhythms of salmon on the Fraser River delta. Also gathered into Rivering: lesbian love poetry from Touch to my Tongue; a transformance of Nicole Brossard’s Mauve; passages from The Given, winner of the 2009 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize; a traditional “Kuri” song from the Noh drama, The Gull; and an unpublished excerpt from the chamber opera “Shadow Catch.” Difficult, beautiful, heart-breaking realities of the twenty-first century are urgently immediate in selections from Liquidities: Vancouver Poems Then and Now. All of the poems speak to Marlatt’s poetics of place and of language as passage between distant or disparate human beings, and between human beings and the more-than-human world. The selections are framed by Susan Knutson’s deeply attentive critical introduction and by Marlatt’s “immediacies of writing,” a new lyrical essay investigating the act of writing. Closing with a walking meditation situated by her Buddhist practice, Rivering is both a “pocket Marlatt” and an introduction to one of the best poets of our time.