This article is about the Canadian poet and jazz lyricist. For the Australian fiction writer see Paul Haines.
Paul Haines (1933 - January 21, 2003) was a poet and jazz lyricist. Born in Vassar, Michigan, Haines eventually settled in Canada, after spending time in Europe, India, New York City, as well as a long stint as a French Teacher at Fenelon Falls Secondary School, in Ontario, Canada.
*Sub Rosa* [Peterborough, Ontario, Canada], vol. 5 No. 1, Spring 1995 issue devoted entirely to "Paul Haines: Poetry/ Video/ Jazz", by Tom Sekowski, Stuart Broomer, Roswell Rudd and Michel Contat. Edited by Daniel Kernohan.
"Paul Haines" by Andrew Jones, *Jazziz*, November 1995
"Paul Haines / Now Can You Tell Me: An Article by Stuart Broomer: Words and Music: A Beautiful Western Saddle", *Coda Magazine*, July/August 1995
"Paul Haines - The Musical Psychic", by Tom Sekowski. *Exclaim!* [Canada], March 1995
"Paul Haines - Man with a Future Vision", by Tom Sekowski, The Newspaper [Toronto, Canada], 11/23/94an."
An All-Ethnic Electric Program (1992 transfer from 1966 16mm., 25 mins)
Curlew: Paul Haines Set to Music (1989 44 mins)
Rice Scented in our Absence (1983 33 mins)
Third World Two (1981 50mins)--50 poems (French and English) read or sung by an all-star cast, with original music by Carla Bley, Derek Bailey, Steve Swallow and Sheila Jordan."
Understanding an Interruption; 16 Musics (1981 60 mins)--Paul Bley, Rudd-Lacy, Albert Ayler, Mike Mantler, Gary Burton, Evan Parker, Derek Bailey, Larry Dubin-CCMC, Carla Bley, Monica Zetterland, Stuart Broomer, and Kip Hanrahan.