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The Poets of Canada e-book

Author:

John Robert (Editor) Colombo

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

World Literature

ePub size:

1594 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Hurtig Publishers; 1st edition (1978)

Pages:

303

ISBN:

0888301502

The Poets of Canada e-book

by John Robert (Editor) Colombo


He has published over 200 titles, including major anthologies and reference works. Colombo was born in Kitchener, Ontario, in 1936

He has published over 200 titles, including major anthologies and reference works. Colombo was born in Kitchener, Ontario, in 1936. He attended the University of Toronto, where he began to organize literary events in the late 1950s. He began writing and publishing poetry in the early 1960s; his first book of poetry Lines for the Last Days was illustrated by William Kurelek.

He is among the country's most prolific authors of serious books. Columbo was born in Kitchener, Ontario.

Colombo, John Robert (1936 - ). Index to poems. Colombo, John Robert. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1967. I See Her. Oh Canada. The Sad Truths: New Poems. Toronto: Peter Martin Associates, 1974. Selected Translations. Windsor, ON: Black Moss Press, 1982.

John Robert Colombo’s latest publication consists of all the poems and effects that he composed during the year 2018. Listen to the latest works of John Robert Colombo as presented by Canada’s Master Gatherer himself.

Mysterious Canada: Strange Sights, Extraordinary Events, and Peculiar Places is a reference book written by John Robert Colombo (ISBN 0-385-25150-5), chronicling the paranormal in Canada.

He has published over 200 titles, including major anthologies and reference works. Mysterious Canada: Strange Sights, Extraordinary Events, and Peculiar Places is a reference book written by John Robert Colombo (ISBN 0-385-25150-5), chronicling the paranormal in Canada. Published in 1988 by Doubleday Canada Limited of Toronto, it said of itself that it posed more questions than it answered.

Dubbed Canada's Mr. Mystery, he has previously published The Big Book of Canadian Ghost Stories, The Big Book of Canadian Hauntings, and Strange but True, among dozens of other books.

In 1990 he began to offer instructional courses on presentation skills with Canada's Presentation Guru, Peter Urs Bender, at the Canadian Management Centre, Toronto, Canada. "Lines for the Last Day" (1960) "The Mackenzie Poems" (1966) "Miraculous Montages" (1966) "The Great Wall of China" (1966) "William Lyon Mackenzie Rides Again!"

He began writing and publishing poetry in the early 1960s; his very first book of poetry

also includes: ii) PAUL DUTTON, by John Robert Colombo (capsule bio, . 55; passing reference to Four Horsemen). iii) bpNichol, by Jon Robert Colombo (capsule bio, . 57).

Read Fascinating Canada, by John Robert Colombo online on Bookmate – Few people have read as widely in the field of Canadiana as has John Robert Colombo. He has an inquiring mind and he seems able to find national and even international twists to subjects of interest or importance.

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