In a career that spans fifty years, the Canadian poet Miriam Waddington has published eleven volumes of poetry, embracing a wide range of subjects, from womanhood and justice, to the city and the universe. Summing up not only a life's work but also the life itself, this richly imagined and important body of work will, in the words of reviewer D.G. Jones, "enliven the dark."
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