That Night We Were Ravenous by John Steffler

By John Steffler

a gorgeous re-creation of the award-winning assortment from Canada’s new Poet Laureate.

Newfoundland-born poet John Steffler is considered one of this country’s such a lot comprehensive writers. lately named Canada’s nationwide poet, he's the writer of The gray Islands (poems) and the award-winning novel The Afterlife of George Cartwright, either one of that have develop into classics in our time.

That evening We have been Ravenous is Steffler’s newest ebook of recent poetry. during this striking amassing of poems, he follows the trajectory of a few of his previous paintings with poems positioned in Newfoundland’s coves, on trails, and in groups that testify to the natural chunk and fringe of this terrain. different poems within the later sections of the e-book, extra intimate, are set in Southern Ontario and Greece.

This is poetry that captures the mind's eye and prompts the guts. just by searching through Steffler’s eyes, we come away with an enlarged feel of the wildlife at the one hand, and of our personal humanity at the other.

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