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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Gaspereau Pr
Robert Bringhurst is an internationally renowned poet, linguist and typographer. As well as publishing over a dozen books of poetry, including The Calling: Selected Poems 1970-1995, Bringhurst is the author of The Elements of Typographic Style, which has become one of the most influential contemporary texts on typographic design and has been translated into Greek, Italian and Dutch. He is also known for his translations of the works of the great Haida myth tellers, notably Ghandl's Nine Visits to the Mythworld, which was shortlisted for the inaugural Griffin Poetry Prize in 2001. His recent publications include Ursa Major (GP, 2003) and The Solid Form of Language (GP, 2004). Bringhurst lives on Quadra Island off British Columbia.Robert Bringhurst is the author of 'Everywhere Being is Dancing: Twenty Pieces of Thinking', published 2007 under ISBN 9781554470440 and ISBN 1554470447.
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