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101. 2002. SILENCE IN PORT HOPE 2002. SILENCE IN PORT HOPE Trains and more trains crash Remembrance Day (Canada)--Poetry One sheet, 22 x 28 cm. Title of Poem is in red and immediately below it, printed in black is: '(Remembrance Day 2002)'. Poem is printed in black. Immediately below poem is the handwritten signature, in black ink: 'Richard Outram'. At the foot of the page, handwritten in black ink, is the inscription: '(We were together at the Cenotaph, Beside the Town Hall~R.)'

102. 2002. TUNDRA SWANS 2002. TUNDRA SWANS Before the sun unsaid One sheet folded in half horizontally. Immediately above the three-stanza poem the title appears in red upper-case letters. At the head and foot of the poem is an abstract design of squares and rectangles, the upper in relief, the lower in bold. The whole is surrounded by a rectangular triple fillet in red. The reverse side, in addition to the colophon, contains a note indicating that the design is the last of Barbara Howard's contributions to The Gauntlet Press. Christmas 2002. The ornaments are from the font family Arts & Crafts Dingbats.

103. Richard Outram: A Passion for Poetry Richard Outram: A Passion for Poetry Outram, Richard Daley, 1930-2005--Interviews; Poetry An interview with Richard Outram conducted by Michael Enright, originally broadcast on the CBC radio program "Sunday Edition" (Hour 3) on 7 April 2002. The interview flows through various topics, from Outram's early years working for the CBC to influences such as Northrop Frye and the natural world, and includes Outram's reading of four of his poems. Several key points that come through in the interview include: the importance of perfecting one's language; that extensive reading has been critical to the creation of his poetry; and that both the reading and teaching of poetry in school must not be lost. The interview concludes with Outram's hope that the poet may find a degree of "forming influence" for the better in the world.
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