Here, in the second volume of a series, E D Blodgett extends the meditations of Apostrophes: woman at a piano, which won the Governor General's award for poetry in 1996. An astonishing hybrid of Symboliste vision and Elizabethan form, this is a lovely offering from one of Canada's leading writers.
E D Blodgett FRSC and University Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature, taught at the University of Alberta for 34 years. Having contributed to a number of journals both here and abroad, he has also written and edited a number of books on aspects of the Canadian Literatures. He has published 11 books of poetry. He lives in Edmonton and is married with four children and five grandchildren.