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ast commentary on RitaDove's poetry has frequently, and correctly, focused upon its gracefulphrasing of language. As is often the case for others among ourbest poets,reviewers have pointed out the lyricism and musicality evident in hercarefully crafted lines, even in her more narrative poems. Indeed, given Dove's history as a trained musician and singer, not tomention the associations conveniently suggested by her last name, suchcomparisons between verse and song, the metrical and the musical, inher works have seemed even more natural parallels for critics to trackand spotlight.
In "The Black Dove," a chapter from Helen Vendler's 1995book of criticism "on recent poetry," Vendler writes: "Technically, herpoems 'work' by their fierce concision and by an exceptional sense ofrhythmic pulse. (Dove used to play the cello, still plays theviola da gamba, and is a trained singer.) No matter how powerfulher stories, no matter how sharp-edged her lines, her poems fall on theears with solace." Certainly, such a summary of Dove's poeticstyle, with its appropriate tone complemented by her finely tunedvoice, provides an acute and accurate assessment for most of the poemspresented in the eight collections of poetry published over the lasttwenty-five years by Rita Dove.
These characteristics could easily be seen in apoem like "The Bird Frau," an example from Dove's first book, (1980), where readers are offered a quick description of a scene inwartime Europe, "the sun losing altitude over France / as thebirds scared up from the fields, / a whirring curtain offlak." Dove further uses her lyrical imagery to emphasize how thepain felt by the woman in the poem is exhibited:

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Rosanne Parry is the author of four award-winning middle grade novels at Random House. Her most recent novel, , has starred reviews from School Library Journal and Booklist. Rosanne’s books have more than 20 awards to their name, including a Kirkus Reviews Best Book of the Year (, 2009) and a Bank Street Children’s Best Book of the Year (, 2013). She is a part-time book monger at legendary Portland, Oregon bookstore, Annie Bloom’s, and an adjunct instructor in the Masters in Book Publishing program at Portland State University. She lives with her family in an historic farmhouse and writes in a treehouse in her backyard.

“With clear, page-turning prose, Off embarks on a rigorous and honest examination of her role in the family’s fate, first as a journalist, but ultimately as a friend, when she crosses the line of dispassionate reportage and becomes deeply involved in their bid to reach Canada. The book is an insightful contemplation of journalism’s mission, and its impact on the lives of the people who dare to speak out in the name of truth.” —2017 Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction jury (Susan Harada, Arno Kopecky and Siobhan Roberts)

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Barbara lives in Yarrow, British Columbia with her husband and two sons, and is at work on an eco-poetry book for children, a children’s novel, a poetry book for adults, and editing the memoir of the cellist Ian Hampton. Visit the author’s website at .

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Her children’s titles include Hannah Waters and the Daughter of Johann Sebastian Bach, which won a B.C. Book Prize, as well as being shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award. Barbara’s first picture book, A Boy Asked the Wind, is forthcoming with Red Deer Press in Fall, 2015.

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His first book, Renegades: Canadians in the Spanish Civil War, was shortlisted for the 2009 Ottawa Book Award. The Spanish newspaper El Pais described the book as “beautiful.” Canadian historian Jack Granatstein said it is “the best and most complete account of Canadians in the Spanish Civil War we are ever likely to get.”

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Barbara Nickel writes for adults and young people. Her poetry for adults had been published in many anthologies and magazines, including The Walrus and Poetry Ireland Review. One of her poetry collections, The Gladys Elegies, received the Pat Lowther Award for the best book of poetry by a woman in Canada.