Stevens, Peter (Stanley)

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STEVENS, Peter (Stanley)

STEVENS, Peter (Stanley). Canadian (born England), b. 1927. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Bibliography. Career: University of Windsor, ON, Associate Professor to Professor of English, 1969-94, Professor Emeritus, 1996-; Chairman of the English Dept., Hillfield College, Hamilton, ON, 1957-64; Lecturer, Extension Division, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 1961-64; Assistant Professor of English, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 1964-69. Publications: Plain Geometry, 1968; Nothing but Spoons, 1969; A Few Myths, 1970; Breadcrusts and Glass, 1972; Family Feelings and Other Poems, 1974; Momentary Stay, 1974; And the Dying Sky Like Blood, 1974; The Bogman Pavese Tactics, 1977; Modern Canadian Poetry, 1978; Coming Back, 1981; Revenge of the Mistresses, 1981; Miriam Waddington and Her Works, 1985; Out of the Willow Trees, 1986; Swimming in the Afternoon: New and Selected Poems, 1992; Dorothy Livesay: Patterns in a Poetic Life, 1992; Rip Rap: Yorkshire Ripper Poems, 1995; Thinking into the Dark, 1997; Attending to this World, 1998; States of Mind, 2001; Bread from Stones, 2002. EDITOR: The McGill Movement: A.J.M. Smith, F.R. Scott, and Leo Kennedy, 1969; Forum: Canadian Life and Letters 1920-1970: Selections from The Canadian Forum, 1972. Address: 2055 Richmond St, Windsor, ON, Canada N8Y 1L3. Online address: [email protected]

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