black onion

black onion is a book of poetry with the experience of loss as its central theme mixed with a range of other poems - some about boys, some humorous and some thoughtful

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  • Category: Poetry » Canadian Poetry
  • Words: 9,390
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301148110
About Daniel Scott

Daniel G. Scott has an eclectic history with writing part of his life journey from coast to coast and job to job. He has recently released his first longer book of poems black onion (Goldfinch Press) and has poems published in the Antigonish Review, The Island Writer, the anthology Poems from Planet Earth, and Radiant Among the Willows , a chapbook edited by Patrick Lane. His writing history includes radio and print journalism, theatre pieces, including a prize winning one act play for the Saint John NB Bicentennial and numerous academic publications. He is currently an associate professor, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria.

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