To Whom It May Concern

Spontaneous human combustion and the idea that it passes from generation to generation has long fascinated me, as has magic and the supernatural. In a coal-blackened back shed, when I was six or seven, I saw a girl of about twelve do simple magic, passing her hand through a candle's flame and having her pet crow do tricks. Later, these elements came together and I wrote “To Whom it May Concern.” More

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About Bob MacKenzie

Canadian novelist, poet, and arts commentator and critic Bob MacKenzie has been widely published across North America in newspapers, magazines, and journals, as on regional and national radio across North America. Bob has published seven books of poetry and prose and his work has been featured in numerous anthologies. His poems have been reproduced by visual artists and sculptors and a public art gallery has devoted an entire visual arts exhibition to his poetry. He is possibly the only poet to have visual-art versions of his poetry owned by the Canada Council's National Art Bank. Bob has received a number of awards for his writing, including Ontario Arts Council grant for literature. With the performance ensemble Poem de Terre, he has performed much of his poetry live with original music and has released six albums. Throughout his career, Bob has also presented performances by other artists.

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