Richard Sanger has published two collections of poetry, Shadow Cabinet and Calling Home, both with Signal Editions. His poems have appeared in many publications in Canada, Britain and the U.S., including Descant, London Review of Books, Poetry Review, Southwest Review and the Times Literary Supplement, and have twice won the E.J. Pratt Prize. His plays include Not Spain, Two Words for Snow, Hannah’s Turn and Dive as well as translations of Calderon, Lorca, and Lope de Vega. He has also has published essays, reviews and poetry translations. He lives in Toronto.
Thirsty: A Biblioasis Miscellany
- IN THE MEDIA: Ray RobertsonMarch 21, 2018 - 11:00 am
“A Vintage Treat” Ray Robertson’s 1979, a novel about a Chatham paperboy who comes back from the dead, continues reminding readers how old they are recapturing the halcyon days of youth. The Winnipeg Free Press writes, “As Robertson traces Tom’s coming of age, he explores themes of innocence lost, wisdom gained and learning to forgive […]