A doctor pedalled her bicycle over the River Arno

poems
  • 75 Pages
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House of Anansi Press , Toronto, ON
StatementMatt Rader
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9199.4.R326 D63 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination75 pages ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25176886M
ISBN 139780887842559
LC Control Number2010940721

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Matt Rader is a Canadian poet, editor, and instructor. He's the author of three critically aclaimed books of poetry: A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (House of Anansi Press, ), Living Things (Nightwood Editions, ), and. MATT Rader of Comox Valley, B.C., maps astonishing points of confluence in his third book, A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (Anansi, 75 pages, $23).

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He lives on Vancouver Island. Matt Rader, A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (Toronto: Anansi, ). Paperbound, pp., $ Shane Rhodes’s Err and Matt Rader’s A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno occupy space on opposite ends of the lyric spectrum.

The difference is almost as dramatic and obvious as the length of their titles. University. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and This Magazine, among other publications.

William Max Nelson is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Toronto. Matt Rader's latest book is A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (House of Anansi, ). Matt Rader's latest book is A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (House of Anansi ).

He lives in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. Matt Rader is the author of four books of poems: Desecrations (McClelland & Stewart, ), A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (House of Anansi, ), Living Things (Nightwood Editions, ), and Miraculous Hours (Nightwood Editions, ), as well as the story collection What I Want to Tell Goes Like This (Nightwood Editions, ).

In A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle over the River Arno, his recent collection of poems, Matt Rader writes of ways “to thole and live, let live.” The phrase, with its odd, archaic word, suggests the difficulty of being at home in a world riven by social tensions and historical injustices.

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Matt Rader is the author of three collections of poetry, Miraculous Hours (), Living Things (), and A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno ().

He is also the author of the story collection What I Want to Tell Goes Like This () and several chapbooks including I Don’t Want to Die Like Frank O’Hara (). -Elizabeth Bachinsky, author of God of Missed ConnectionsTonight Matt Rader launches his third book of poetry, A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (House of Anansi Press, ), and lures us into a luminous, demanding, particularized realm of wildflowers and weeds, newspaper archives and illness, hostels and hostiles.

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A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno carries within it all the technique, vision, imaginative labour and razor-sharp precision of Matt Rader ’s first two collections but also ascends to a new and luminous, demanding, particularized realm of the human.

British Columbia Arts Council: Individual Project Grant for Writers: Human Nature; published as The Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle over the River Arno, Canada Council for The Arts: Individual Project Grant for Writers: Miraculous Hours (first book.

He recited from his newly published book, A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno. I appreciated the dense and multilayered references Rader incorporated in his poems, which illustrated vivid images relating to both his Italian heritage in Canada, and the natural elements found in British Columbia.

However, the lack of enthusiasm and. By contributor Lorin Medley “The dead aren’t so different from us,” claims a writer in the well-placed, award-winning final story of this quirky and superbly crafted first collection from Vancouver Island writer Matt Rader.

It’s a telling comment given that “All This Was a Long Time Ago” features a writer in conversation with James Joyce in. Rader is the author of three poetry collections: Miraculous Hours (), Living Things (), and A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno ().

Matt Rader is the author of four collections of poetry: Miraculous Hours (Nightwood ), Living Things (Nightwood ) and A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno (House of Anansi ), and Desecrations (PenguinRandomHouse ). Matt Rader is the author of four collections of poetry, Miraculous Hours (), Living Things (), A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over the River Arno () and Desecrations ().

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