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Stephen Brockwell

Stephen Brockwell is a Canadian poet.

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LifeEdit

He lives, and works in Ottawa. He is editor with rob mclennan, of Poetics.ca.[1] He has a daughter. He runs his own technical consulting business (B.I.T.C.) from his home.

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WorksEdit

  • "Hyperbole for a large number", caterina, March 03, 2003
  • "April Violin"; "The History of Scribes"; "Kia", The Drunken boat, Vol.8, 2008
  • "Draught" Trans Poetry, Ottawa
  • "Mark Bradley’s Plasma TV"; "Mark Bradley’s SUV"; "Dr. Plaza’s Idea"; "Scarecrow"; "Se Transformer en M. Busbib"; "Karikura’s Fiddle"; "Three Short Poems by Karikura", Sentinel Poetry #47, October 2006
  • The Real Made Up. ECW Press. 2007. ISBN 978-1-55022-796-3.
  • Fruitfly Geographic. ECW Press. 2004. ISBN 978-1-55022-647-8.
  • Cometology. Ecw Press. 2001. ISBN 978-1-55022-451-1.
  • The Wire in Fences. Balmuir Book Pub. 1988. ISBN 978-0-919511-43-9.
  • Fruitfly Geographic

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ReviewsEdit

Has Brockwell learned the lesson of Agassiz? Cometology (2001) revealed Brockwell the geometer, sensuous lover of forms (however abstract or mathematical the forms may seem); Brockwell the entomologist seems a more dubious proposition.[2]

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