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Bill Bissett
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Bill Bissett (born William Frederick Bissett, November 23, 1939) is a Canadian poet known for his unconventional style. Bissett was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Bill Bissett (born William Frederick Bissett, November 23, 1939) is a Canadian poet known for his unconventional style. As a child he dealt with several years of illness then bullying because of his sexuality, I was trying to do as well as I could, and getting snowballs thrown at me with rocks in them because I was gay and I was getting beaten up and having really no friends.

bissett attended Dalhousie University and the University of British Columbia but dropped out of both universities because of an overriding desire to live as a free agent, writer and painter unencumbered by any academic constraints. He moved to Vancouver, British Columbia in 1958. Five years later he started the blew ointment magazine and later launched blewointment press. bissett is based in Vancouver and Toronto alternating between the two cities. Books by Bill Bissett. Mor. rivia About Venus.

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Bill Bissett (born William Frederick Bissett, November 23, 1939) is a. .bissett is based in Vancouver and Toronto, Ontario, alternating between the two cities. Th Wind Up Tongue - (1976)(ISBN 0887840221). An allusyn sic to macbeth - (1976).

Bill Bissett (born William Frederick Bissett, November 23, 1939) is a Canadian poet famous for his anti-conventional style. Bissett is known as the Godfather of Canadian Poetry. The bissett Affair, 1977-1978. In 1977, Bob Wenman and a group of other Conservative Members of Parliament objected to the funding of some Canadian poets, bill bissett in particular, by the Canadian Council for the Arts.