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37 Canadian poetry collections to watch for in fall 2020

Moving to Climate Change Hours is in this great list from CBC Books. “Moving to Climate Change Hours looks at the challenges humanity has created for ourselves through climate change.”

-CBC Books Sept 23

 

 


Catherine Owen Reviews Moving to Climate Change Hours

“In these pieces, I hear the seeming simplicity of Gary Snyder’s entrees into how the crow, the ocean, the mountains can render us texts, in essence, of both knowing and unknowing.”

-Catherine Owen, Marrow Reviews, Sept 22, 2020

 

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11 New Books That Will Change How You Think About the Climate Crisis

Moving to Climate Change Hours is profiled in this article in Shondaland. “This is a great speculative and lyrical collection that asks hard questions with no easy answers.”

-Sarah Neilson, Shondaland,

 

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CBC Interviews:

Ross was profiled by CBC around his CBC prize experience and the new book. The piece includes two interviews, one from Ottawa and one from Saskatchewan.  

CBC, MAY 14,2020

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Most Anticipated:

Ross’ collection Moving to Climate Change Hours makes the list of the 49th Shelf’s Most Anticipated Spring Poetry.

49th Shelf, February 6,2020


2018 CBC Long list

The suite of poems Nothing Bothers to Remain makes the 2018 CBC Poetry Prize long list

CBC Literary Prizes October 31, 2018

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Ross Belot Finalist for 2016 CBC POETRY PRIZE 

“CBC BOOKS, CBC’s website devoted to books and authors, readers and writers, together with its partners the Canada Council for the Arts, Air Canada enRoute magazine and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, today announced the finalists for the 2016 CBC Poetry Prize.”

CBC Literary Prizes November 10,2016