Heather Cardin is poet. She co-authored OPEN UP THE SKY: A POETIC CONVERSATION with Rob O’Flanagan.
Candace De Taeye's debut full-length poetry collection is SMALL PLANES AND THE DEAD FATHERS OF LOVERS.
Jeremy Luke Hill is the publisher at Vocamus Press and the Managing Director at Friends of Vocamus Press.
Paul Hoy's poetry is shaped by the natural landscape and the wilderness of northern Canada.
Kathleen James is the author of ELI, ELI, poems about the death of her young child.
Michael Kleiza writes poetry and is the an editor of Rhapsody .
Rob O'flanagan is a journalist and poet. He is the co-author of OPEN UP THE SKY: A POETIC CONVERSATION.
Andrea (Andy) Perry is a poet, fiction, and non-fiction writer. She released her debut collection of poetry, RISE, in 2016.
Valerie Senyk is an actor, director, and writer. Her collection of poetry, I WANT A POEM, was published in 2014.
ABANDONED BY THE MUSE draws its imagery from the author's emerging identification with the landscape between Guelph and Kitchener.
By: Bieke Stengos
ELI, ELI is the poetic record of a mother's grief at the loss of her young child.
By: Kathleen James
A comprehensive introduction to the poets and poetry of the City of Guelph before the year 1900.
By: Various Authors
Editor: David J. Knight
A HAPPY RHYMER is a collection of selected poetry and prose from Anne Sutherland Brooks.
By: Anne Sutherland Brooks
Editor: Ed Butts
I WANT A POEM is a collection of lyric poems that explores the relationship between poetry and desire.
By: Valerie Senyk
INDEXICAL is a broadsheet poem made up entirely of references to words in other Canadian poems.
By: Jeremy Luke Hill
ISLAND PIECES is a collection of short prose, poetry, and photography that recalls summers spent on Manitoulin Island.
OPEN UP THE SKY is a unique and beautiful correspondence between two poets.
By: Rob O'Flanagan & By: Heather Cardin
A POET ON THE MOON offers a poetry of broad experience, with writing as diverse in form as it is in theme.
By: Michael Kleiza
Resonant with Lyric
By: Jerry Prager