The Calgary Project: A City Map in Verse and Visual
Edited by Kris Demeanor and Dymphny Dronyk
The Calgary Project is the first title brought out through the auspices of the Calgary Poet Laureate program. The book carefully matches poetry and visual images, with a total of 90 separate contributions, including a poem by Calgary’s mayor, Naheed Nenshi. Under the editorship of Kris Demeanor (Calgary’s first poet laureate) and Dymphny Dronyk (a Frontenac House author nominated for the Gerald Lampert award), this wide-ranging, creative insight into the heritage and dynamic of Calgary was specifically designed for maximum widespread popular appeal.
|Dimensions||11 × 11.25 × .375 in|
Soft Cover with flaps
About the Editors
Kris Demeanor is Calgary’s first Poet Laureate; Dymphny Dronyk is a Frontenac House author whose first book, Contrary Infatuations, was nominated for the Gerald Lampert Award.