Joseph Sherman

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For the resident of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, see Joseph Sherman (Massachusetts Bay Colony).

Joseph Howard Sherman (born Bridgewater, Nova Scotia,1945–died Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, January 9, 2006) was a Jewish Canadian poet and visual arts editor. He was named to the Order of Canada in 2003.

Selected publications[edit]

  • Birthday. (New Brunswick Chapbooks, 1969).
  • Chaim the Slaughterer. (Oberon Press, 1974).
  • Lords of Shouting. (Oberon Press, 1982).
  • Thought Games/Other Voices. (The League of Canadian Poets, 1983).
  • Translations Two (poems translated into German by Astrid Brunner). (Privately published, 1984).
  • Transcription (9 years after). (CCAG&M, 1998).
  • American Standard and Other Poems. (Oberon Press, 1999).
  • Worried into Being: An Unfinished Alphabet. (Oberon Press, 2005).
  • Beautiful Veins. (Acorn Press, 2006).