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Four Canadian Poets: Avron Hoffman, Cathy Ford,. Rikki, Opal Nations, Intermedia Press, Vancouver, . The Browser’s Opal L. Nations, Coach House Press, Toronto, Canada, 1981. Illustrated by Paul Collins.

Four Canadian Poets: Avron Hoffman, Cathy Ford,. along with 3 other books (OLN section: 70 pages). ISBN: 0-88956-061-7 paperbound; 0-88956-062-5 hardbound. The Tragic Hug of a Small French Wrestler, Fault Publications, Union City, Calif.

Avron Hoffman, Cathy Ford, Rikki, Opal Nations. Published 1977 by Intermedia in Vancouver Table of Contents. Hoffman, A. Somebody left the light on in the basement. Ford, C. Blood uttering. Published 1977 by Intermedia in Vancouver. Each section has special . Limited ed. of 500 copies.

Current City and Home Town. Wolcottville, Indiana.

Aaron Hoffman (October 30, 1880, in St. Louis, Missouri – May 27, 1924) was an American writer and lyricist, whose work was in wide use among vaudeville comedians. He wrote material for numerous performers, including Lew Dockstader and Weber and Fields. Hoffman also had success as a writer of Broadway plays and musical comedies. In the 1910s, he wrote scripts and scenarios for silent films such as Beloved Rogues (1916) and several films starring actress Olga Petrova

Nestled somewhere within the Age of Shakespeare and the Age of Milton is George Herbert.

Nestled somewhere within the Age of Shakespeare and the Age of Milton is George Herbert. More About this Poet.

The first book of poetry published in Canada following the formation of the new .

The first book of poetry published in Canada following the formation of the new Dominion of Canada in 1867 was Dreamland by Charles Mair (1868). A group of poets now known as the "Confederation Poets", including Charles G. D. Roberts, Archibald Lampman, Bliss Carman, Duncan Campbell Scott, and William Wilfred Campbell, came to prominence in the 1880s and 1890s. In the 1960s, a renewed sense of nation helped foster new voices: Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, Leonard Cohen, Eli Mandel and Margaret Avison.

This is a list of Canadian poets. Milton Acorn (1923–1986), poet, writer, and playwright. José Acquelin (born 1956). Gil Adamson, novelist, poet, and short-story writer. Marie-Célie Agnant (born 1953), Haitian native living in Canada since 1970; novelist, poet and writer of children's books.