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Thursday, 30 April 2015

Terry Barker's book on People's Poetry published



Good news all fans and practitioners of Canuck People's Poetry - Terry Barker's long awaited book has just been published by Synaxis Press! Continuing Chesterton: The Passage and Revelation of Canada's Renaissance Roots in People's Poetry is now available from the publisher:

Synaxis Press
Box 18
Dewdney, B.C.
V0M 1H0

Terry also has copies he's willing to sign and ship - let's show him support with this first batch of books. (BTW there are some very amusing and quirky typos in this first edition - who among us knew that Milton Acorn's middle name was Bruce Meyer!) Contact Terry at:


or write him at:
22 Deerford Road
Willowdale, ON
M2J 3J2

I haven't received my copy yet, but I have previously read many of Terry's fascinating essays on Canadian poetry and culture. And if you attended one of the eight PurdyFests, there's a chance you're mentioned and your picture is in there as well. 


peace & poetry power!
Chris, Chase & the throngs of Canuckian People's Poets

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