Barry McKinnon

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Barry Benjamin McKinnon (born 1944) is a Canadian poet.

Born in Calgary, Alberta,[1] he taught English at the College of New Caledonia in Prince George, British Columbia.

Bibliography[edit]

  • The Golden Daybreak Hair. Toronto, ON: Aliquondo Press, 1967.
  • The Carcasses of Spring. Vancouver, BC: Talonbooks, 1971.
  • I Wanted to Say Something. Prince George, BC: Caledonia Writing Series, 1975.
  • Death of a Lyric Poet. Prince George, BC: Caledonia Writing Series, 1975.
  • Songs & Speeches. Prince George, BC: Caledonia Writing Series, 1976.
  • Sex at Thirty One. Prince George, BC: Caledonia Writing Series, 1977.
  • The the. (Fragments). Prince George, BC: Repository /Gorse Press, 1979.
  • The The. Toronto, ON: Coach House Press, 1980. (Nominated for the 1981 Governor General's Award)
  • Thoughts/Sketches. North Vancouver, BC: Tatlow/Gorse, 1985.
  • I Wanted to Say Something. Red Deer, AB: Red Deer College Press, 1990.
  • Pulplog. Prince George, BC: Caitlin Press, 1991.
  • Four Realities: poets from northern BC. Prince George, BC: Caitlin Press, 1992.
  • Arrythmia. Prince George, BC: Gorse Press, 1994.
  • The Centre. Prince George, BC: Caitlin Press, 1995.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Calgary-born poet revives the past". The Calgary Herald. January 2, 1976. Retrieved November 4, 2012. 

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