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Category Archives: saskatchewan writer
Speaking of Poets
Thanks to John Cunningham and CKUW for yesterday’s interview & reading. the link to the MP3 here..
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One of the Animalis poems from Unus Mundus published today in qattsiluni with audio.
Posted in biosemiotics, ecopoetics, poetry, saskatchewan writer, science poetry, Uncategorized Tagged eco-poetry, Mari-Lou Rowley, poems, science poetry, Unus Mundus Leave a comment
Unus Mundus has arrived!
Nothing like getting your new book in the mail. Anvil did a fabulous job on the cover, typography, design. And I love the ochre yellow inside covers! A sneak preview of a poem as well!
Transforium – notes on process
When Tammy Lu and I first began to discuss the possibility of collaboration, we were both struck by the interests we shared: the relationship of place (physical, emotional or psychological) to creative content and emergence, the intersection of art/poetry/science, cosmology … Continue reading
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Poem in Aesthetica Magazine’s Creative Works Competition 2010
Swallowtail Catastrophe with a nod to Rene Thom Dilemma: In the schoolyard perimeter the paper plane is made up of three surfaces of folds, which meet in two lines, which in turn meet at a single swallowtail … Continue reading
Welcome to my poetic domain!
Finally, a site up and running! Now I just need to link to my own URL… Much more to come, like sample poems, musings, rants, errata, so please check back soon. Mari-Lou
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