Thomas Ethan Wayman (born 13 August 1945) is a Canadian poet and academic.
Born in Hawkesbury, Ontario, Wayman has lived most of his life in British Columbia. He studied at the University of British Columbia, Colorado State University, and the University of California, Irvine.
Wayman has received the Canadian Authors Association medal for poetry, the A. J. M. Smith Prize, and has three times been nominated for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize.
He currently teaches at the University of Calgary.
- Waiting for Wayman (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1973)
- For and Against the Moon (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1974)
- Money and Rain (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1975)
- Free Time (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1977)
- Living on the Ground (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1980)
- Introducing Tom Wayman: Selected Poems 1973-80 (Princeton, N.J.: Ontario Review, 1980)
- The Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech (Saskatoon: Thistledown, 1981)
- Counting the Hours (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1983)
- The Face of Jack Munro (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 1986)
- In a Small House on the Outskirts of Heaven (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 1989)
- Did I Miss Anything? Selected Poems 1973-1993 (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 1993)
- The Astonishing Weight of the Dead (Vancouver: Polestar, 1994)
- I'll Be Right Back: New and Selected Poems 1980-1996 (Princeton, N.J.: Ontario Review, 1997)
- The Colours of the Forest (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 1999)
- My Father's Cup (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 2002)
- High Speed Through Shoaling Water (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 2007)
- Boundary Country (Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 2007)
- Beaton Abbot's Got The Contract: An Anthology of Working Poems (Edmonton: NeWest, 1974)
- A Government Job at Last: An Anthology of Working Poems (Vancouver: MacLeod, 1976)
- Going For Coffee: Poetry on the Job (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 1981)
- East of Main: An Anthology of Poems from East Vancouver (Vancouver: Pulp, 1989) - edited with Calvin Wharton
- Paperwork: Contemporary Poems from the Job (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 1991)
- The Dominion of Love: An Anthology of Canadian Love Poems (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 2001)
- A Verse Map of Vancouver (Anvil Press, 2009)
- Woodstock Rising (Dundurn Press, 2009)
- Inside Job: Essays on the New Work Writing (Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour, 1983)
- A Country Not Considered: Canada, Culture, Work (Toronto: Anansi, 1993)
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