This is the only edition to chronologically follow the astonishing trajectory of Gwendolyn MacEwen’s career as a poet, story teller, translator and dramatist. Seminal and a substantial selection from each genre are set among paintings, photographs, personal letters, and rare archival material. Also included for students or book clubs or for the general reader are questions for discussion, essay topics, suggested reading, and related Web sites.

"Gwendolyn MacEwen seemed to many an exotic and mesmerizing presence. In less than twenty-six years she published twenty books and became with Margaret Atwood the most celebrated poet of her day." — Rosemary Sullivan

"I still remember the initial impact Gwendolyn MacEwen had on me at the Bohemian Embassy in 1960: ‘Where did this come from? How come she’s so young? And what is this unearthly being?’" — Margaret Atwood

THE SELECTED GWENDOLYN MACEWEN - Gwendolyn MacEwen
Exile Classics Series - Number Seven
Edited by Meaghan Strimas
Introduction by Rosemary Sullivan
28 Colour Pages/Art throughout
Poetry/Prose/Drama/Art and Archival - • 6x9 • 352 pages
978-1-55096-111-9
(pb) $32.95

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