Shinto Poem Field: Poems For Departed Friends

This is the place where I remember friends and relatives. It's a book from my heart - and I'm inspired by the way that Shinto approaches encourage us to recall those who've left but are not forgotten. I plant bulbs in a fertile field.
Praise for William Gough's work:
"Gough’s writing is...poignant, spare, with the strength and subtlety of a fine woodcut..."E. Annie Proulx

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Words: 7,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452322797
About William Gough

William Gough is a writer, publisher and director. He has won such awards as the Gemini, Actra, Prix Anik, Genie, Bijou, Blue Ribbon - American Film Festival, and the Columbus Film Festival’s ‘Chris Plaque. 
He also teaches writing online for Vancouver Island University.

PRAISE for William Gough's Books:
"Gough’s writing is...poignant, spare, with the strength and subtlety of a fine woodcut..." E. Annie Proulx/

Maud’s House…is a literary compliment paid to a people whose richest bounty, next to the sea, is the gift of language. It is also a detailed snapshot of a lost era, lovingly developed in the darkroom of the writer’s memory. …it’s clear that the richness of language as it is spoken in Newfoundland is in Gough’s literary blood.”
Michael Harris, The Globe and Mail

“A good novel does something which happens only rarely in our day-to-day perceptions; It sets down what can happen in an instant of time.
“Maud’s House is a wonderful book, a treat to read, and one of the best books I’ve read this year, period…”
Peter Gard, The Evening Telegram

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