Dream elevators: interviews with Canadian poets
In these remarkable conversations with poets, readers will rediscover the wonder that drives the imagination. Angels, cyberspace and prayer; the sex lives of vegetables and medieval monks who lived in castles; travels across land and through ideas; all these and more are explored in this collection. Leonard Cohen, Margaret Atwood, Phyllis, Webb, Erin Moure and ten other fascinating poets speak openly about their practice, their writing and their lives.
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