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Linda Rogers

Linda Rogers

By Harold Rhenisch

Linda Rogers is the poet of childhood. She is also a people's poet, a story teller and a singer of blues for children, a novelist, and a winner of the Stephen Leacock award for humour. In this volume, poets Barbara Colebrook Peace, Harold Rhenisch, and Patricia Young, poet and translator Allan Brown, short story writer John Gould, and critic Ronald B. Hatch cast light on the spiritual and creative life of this flamboyant and passionate writer who reveals the power of childhood to renew and to transform adults and children alike.


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About the author

Harold Rhenisch is the author of eight books of poetry, most recently The Blue Mouth of Morning and Fusion, two books of literary non-fiction, most recently Tom Thomson's Shack, and a novel, Carnival. He lives in 150 Mile House, B.C.