Ian LeTourneau

Ian Letourneau's poetry has appeared in The Fiddlehead, Arc, Event, and The Malahat Review. His work has twice won CBC's Alberta Anthology, in 2005 and 2006. A transplanted Maritimer, he now lives in Athabasca, Alberta.










64 pages/trade paper

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ISBN: 978-1-897235-53-9
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Ian LeTourneau


Ian LeTourneau imagines history and memory as a glacial landscape that is both advancing and inert. The result is a collection where metaphor unfurls on a conveyor belt of precise language constructed to assemble the past we pretend not to remember, the future we try not to imagine, and the present we cannot escape. Terminal Moraine announces the arrival of an urgent new voice in Canadian poetry, one that embraces our myriad jagged landscapes, both personal and public, thawing and freezing.


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