April Bulmer

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April Bulmer (born 1963) is a Canadian poet whose poems have appeared in numerous literary magazines and anthologies, including Arc, the Malahat Review, Quills, and Ascent Aspirations.[1] Her poetry has won awards from Leaf Press and the Ontario Poetry Society.

Bulmer was born in Toronto and educated at that city's York University, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in English and mass communications. She holds three Master's degrees:[1] in creative writing from Concordia University in Montreal, in theology from Toronto's University of Trinity College and in religious studies from the University of Windsor.

Publications[edit]

  • 1991: A Salve for Every Sore, Cormorant Books, ISBN 978-0-920953-66-2
  • 1997: The Weight of Wings, Trout Lily Press, ISBN 978-0-9681530-3-1
  • 1999: HIM, Black Moss Press, ISBN 978-0-88753-322-8
  • 2004: Oh My Goddess, Serengeti Press, ISBN 978-0-9732068-4-5
  • 2005: Spring Rain, Serengeti Press, ISBN 978-0-9732068-9-0
  • 2007: Black Blooms, Serengeti Press, ISBN 978-0-9784474-1-0
  • 2008: The Goddess Psalms, Serengeti Press, ISBN 978-0-9784474-3-4

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b April Bulmer's Archived February 6, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. biography at the League of Canadian Poets.