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In a Fragile Moment

In a Fragile Moment

 

 

 

M.Sc. Miguel Ángel Olivé Iglesias

 

Author: M.Sc. Miguel Ángel Olivé Iglesias

Title: In a Fragile Moment: A Landscape of Canadian Poetry

ISBN: 978-1-927725-92-4 = 9781927725924 – Soft cover

Trade Paperback: 240 pages – 7 X10

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Genre: Poetry and Photography, Canadian

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In a Fragile Moment: A Landscape of Canadian Poetry is a significant study of Canadian poetry. When was the last time that you can recall a project of this range? This perceptive book truly is a one of a kind.

 

 

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In a Fragile Moment: A Landscape of Canadian Poetry is an insightful collection of essays and reviews, written from the poetic heart of Professor Olivé. The authors covered in this astute critical study are treated with heart felt respect. Professor Olivé has the uncanny ability to portray his incisive observations in a poetic and perceptive manner. 

Reviews:

 

This is a substantial study of 238 pages. I cannot recall the last time a project of this scope was undertaken. In fact, this book may truly be unique.

   

Most sincerely,

    . . . James Deahl

 

Table of Contents:

 

– A Note on the Title  – p. viii

– A Note From the Publisher  – p. xi

– Acknowledgements  – p. xiii

– Foreword – p. 1

– An Introduction by the Author – p. 4

 

The Canada Cuba Literary Alliance. An On-Campus and Community Activities Cultural Exchange. An Essay about the Influence and Contribution of the CCLA to Friendship and Culture – p. 12

 

A Heart-Felt Journey into Lala Heine-Koehn´s Poetic Work. A review of Lala Heine-Koehn´s Work (Poetry) (1977, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1998) Canada – p. 23

 

Touched by the Light. A review of John B. Lee and Richard M. Grove´s In This We Hear The Light (Poetry and Photography) (2013) Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 29

 

Flying High and Low beside Marvin Orbach´s Redwing. A review of Marvin Orbach´s Redwing (Poetry) (2018) CCLA Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 32

 

Winterbound with Kimberley Grove´s Poetry. A review of some of Kimberley Grove´s poems (Poetry) (2010) Canada Cuba Literary Alliance Cultural Festival (Santiago de Cuba) – p. 40

 

The Huntress who Found her Way in the Woods. A review of Katharine Beeman´s The Lovelorn Hunt For Deer (Poetry) (2010) Dépôt Legal Bibliothèque National de Québec and the National Library of Canada – p. 44

 

Merle Amodeo. Always in Love. A review of Merle Amodeo´s After Love (Poetry) (2014) Library of Congress. U.S.A. – p. 48

 

A Shower of Warm Light Upon this Land and Us. A review of James Deahl´s Even This Land Was Born Of Light (Poetry) (1993) Moonstone Press. Canada – p. 54

 

Kissed by a Flower. A review of Norma West Linder´s Adder´s-tongues (Poetry) (2012) Aeolus House. Canada – p. 60

 

Timeless Poetry in a Timeless Land. A Brief review of Richard Marvin Grove and John B. Lee’s Two Thousand Seventeen (Poetry) (2018) Sanbun Publishers. New Delhi. India – p. 66

 

A Taste of Life and Love. A review of Glen Sorestad´s A Thief of Impeccable Taste (Poetry) (2011) CCLA SandCrab Books. Canada – p. 70

 

Letting the Light In. A review of Antony Di Nardo´s Skylight (Poetry) (2018) Ronsdale Press. Canada – p. 77

 

Lucky Seven: Monumental Architecture. A review of seven poems from John B. Lee´s Bread, Water, Love (Poetry) in These Are the Words by George Elliott Clarke and John B. Lee – p. 81

 

Something in the Way Anna Writes. A review of some poems by Anna Yin (Poetry) (2011, 2015, 2017) Canada  – p. 87

 

Striking Home with Don Gutteridge. A review of Don Gutteridge´s Home Ground (Poetry) (2018) Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 93

 

Sun-filled Lakeside Poetry in the Soul. A review of some of Sarah Richardson´s poems (Poetry) (2014) Canada Cuba Literary Alliance Cultural Festival in Holguín, Cuba – p. 100

 

Swimming in an Ocean of Textures. A review of Bruce Kauffman’s The Texture of Days, in Ash and Leaf (Poetry) (2013) Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 105

 

“Ecclectic” Coherence in a Threefold O, by Kate Marshall Flaherty, Deborah Panko and Donna Langevin. (2010) Hidden Brook Press. Canada

Part I. A review of Kate Marshall Flaherty’s The Sound of an O in From O to Snow (Poetry) – p. 109

Part II. A review of Deborah Panko’s Assumptions in From O to Snow (Poetry) – p. 112

Part III. A review of Donna Langevin´s So Many Words for Snow in From O to Snow (Poetry) – p. 115

 

Five of Hope and for the Future. A review of some of Patrick Connor´s poems in the Bridges Series Book III, Bottom of the Wine Jar (Poetry) (2017) SandCrab Books – p. 119

 

The Bond that Keeps us Together. A review of some of Allan Briesmaster´s poems in The Long Bond: Selected and New Poems (Poetry) (2019) Guernica Editions. Canada – p. 122

 

Passionate Wordforests in Linda Rogers. A review of some of Linda Rogers´ poems in Love in the Rainforest (Poetry) (1995) Exile Editions. Canada – p. 127

 

Whispers and Flames in Kathryn MacDonald. A review of some poems by Kathryn MacDonald in A Breeze You Whisper (Poetry) (2011) Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 131

 

Local Universality in Colin Morton. A review of Three of his poems in The Local Cluster (Poetry) (2008) Pecan Grove Press. San Antonio, USA – p. 135

 

A Revolution of Ideas and Tenderness. A review of six of Lisa Makarchuk´s poems in the Bridges Series Book III, Bottom of the Wine Jar (Poetry) (2017) SandCrab Books. Canada – p. 138

 

A Canary’s Song to Light the Planet. A review of some of Bruce Meyer’s poems in McLuhan’s Canary (Poetry) (2019) Guernica Editions Inc. Canada – p. 145

 

Let there be Light. A review of some poems by Katherine L. Gordon (Poetry) in Landscapes by Katherine L. Gordon and James Deahl (2016) Cyclamens and Swords Publishing. Israel – p. 149

 

Distinctly Staring out of Windows with Keith Inman. A review of Keith Inman’s SEAsia (Poetry) (2017) Black Moss Press. Canada – p. 154

A Soul-inspiring Journey into Family, Time and Place. A review of John B. Lee’s Into a Land of Strangers (Poetry) (2019) Mosaic Press. Canada – p. 160

 

Including Three Icons – p. 167

 

Burnished Poetry, Higher Soul. A review of Four of Margaret Atwood’s poems in The Ambassador 06 and in the Paper Canadian Literature in Cuban Teacher-Training Classes by Manuel de Jesús Velázquez León and Adonay Bárbara Pérez Luengo (Poetry) (1984, 1995, 2007) CCLA Hidden Brook Press – p. 168

 

Instants of a People’s Poet Titan. A review of some of Milton Acorn´s poems in In a Springtime Instant (Poetry) (2012) Mosaic Press. Canada – p. 174

 

The Canadian Titan of Land and Time. A review of some of Al Purdy’s poems in Beyond Remembering The Collected Poems of Al Purdy (Poetry) (2000) Harbour Publishing. Canada – p. 182

 

Including a bit on Prose – p. 193

 

Surprising Twists to Remember. A review of J. Graham Ducker’s Metamorphosis and other Short Stories (Prose) (2019) Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 194

 

Twisted Arms – p. 198

 

Treading into the Shadow. A review of Richard Marvin Grove´s Living in the Shadow (Prose) (2017) Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 199

 

Torn Between Living in the Shadow and Some Sort of Normal. A review of Richard Marvin Grove´s Some Sort of Normal (Prose) (2018) Hidden Brook Press. Canada – p. 204

 

Poets´ Bios – p. 206

About the Author – p. 215

 

Colleagues´ comments on Miguel Ángel Olivé Iglesias´ book, In a Fragile Moment: A Landscape of Canadian Poetry – p. 216

               

Afterword – p. 219

 

Peviously Published Note – p. 221