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Shirley A. Serviss

Discover Author Shirley A. Serviss

Shirley A. Serviss is a writer, editor, writing instructor and Artist-on- the-Wards at the University of Alberta Hospital. Her first poetry collection, Model Families (Rowan Books, 1992) was short-listed for Alberta Book of the Year. Her second collection, Reading Between the Lines (Rowan Books, 2000) was nominated for the City of Edmonton Book Prize and […]

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Discover Author Dahlia Joan Ross

Dahlia Joan Ross has been a prolific writer of poetry for over 25 years; she’s inspired by religious themes, nature and holistic observation of various cultures. Dahlia hails from the beautiful island of Grenada; she’s presently living in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. She recently completed studies in Early Childhood Education at Grant McEwan College. Jalomi – […]

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Standard of Excellence

Discover Author Ric Rawson

Ric Rawson is author of A Standard of Excellence It is available on PageMasterPublishing.ca Ric Rawson was born in Grenada, West Indies. After being educated at The Grenada Boys Secondary School and Caracas, Venezuela, Ric worked at several libraries including St. Georges University School of Medicine. He migrated to Canada – his country of choice […]

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About the blue moon by Joanne Morcom

Discover Author Joanne Morcom

Joanne Morcom is author of About the Blue Moon available on PageMasterPublishing.ca It is a collection of Haiku, Senryu and Tanka poetry. Joanne Morcom is an internationally published Canadian poet whose work has been translated into Arabic, Japanese, German and Russian. She’s a member of Haiku Canada, Tanka Canada and The Writers Guild of Alberta. […]

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Just Published! – Balkan Tattoo

Balkan Tattoo by Edin Viso is a truly amazing story and compilation of poetry – it is written by a proud Yugoslav (Edin Viso) who stopped writing when his compatriots disappointed him with their aggressive nationalism that ultimately caused the bloody war between brothers. It communicates the harmony between people who once knew that they […]

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