In this follow-up to To Be Now: New and Selected, Windsor's first poet laureate turns his attention to the border stories of southwestern Ontario. Gervais writes about the flat open farm country outside of Windsor, but also about living and working in the shadow of Detroit. The table becomes the metaphor for all that takes place in a lifetime: a place for conversation, creativity, work, sustenance, deal-making, and relationships.
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About the Author
Marty Gervais is an award winning journalist, photographer, poet, playwright, historian, editor, and teacher. He has won the prestigious Toronto’s Harbourfront Festival Prize and his book Tearing Into A Summer Day was awarded the Milton Acorn People’s Poetry Award and the City of Windsor Mayor’s Award for Literature.