Harry Howith

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Harry Howith (1934–2014) was a Canadian poet.


Born in Ontario, Harry Howith received a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa. He later became an English instructor at Centennial College, Toronto. He died in Kentville, Nova Scotia, June 21, 2014.[1]


  • Burglar Tools. Ottawa: Bytown, 1963.
  • Two Longer Poems (with William Hawkins). Toronto: Patrician, 1965.
  • Total War. Toronto: Contact, 1966.
  • Fragments of the Dance. Toronto: Village Book Store, 1969.
  • The Stately Homes of Westmount. Montreal: DC, 1973.
  • Multiple Choices: New and Selected Poems, 1961-1976. Oakville: Mosaic Press, 1976.


  1. ^ "Harry G. Howith 1934-2014". theglobeandmail.com.