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N-Joie Fresh Poetry from Canada's Finest Practitioners (or, in other words, not-to-miss bliss :) including a quartet of poems by yours truly with gratitudinous thanks to poet & editor rob mclennan

'Don't Shine That Light Anymore, Honey' or 'Catgut Ecstasies,' a WINNING Poegle to Peter Scowen!

Robin Blaser:  Sic transit gloria mundi (Unpublished, Exclusive to The Globe and Mail 2009)

The First Annual Festival of Women's Poetry (November 2008) Featuring a Trio of Judith Fitzgerald Poems (CANADA)

From Monsters & Critics (2008)

A Greek Oresteian Translation by Demetris Tsimperis

Translation of Lenore Langs's Lovely Poem (the pear tree)

From BOOK IV of Judith Fitzgerald's Adagios Quartet:  O, Clytaemnestra! (Oberon, 2007)

Finest SatireSite on The 'Net

An Online Exclusive @ Cosmoetica

From BOOK III of Judith Fitzgerald's Adagios Quartet:  Electra's Benison (Oberon, 2006)

From BOOK III of Judith Fitzgerald's Adagios Quartet:  Electra's Benison (Oberon, 2006)

From BOOK II of Judith Fitzgerald's Adagios Quartet:  Orestes' Lament (Oberon, 2004)

An Online Exclusive @ Cosmoetica

From BOOK I of Judith Fitzgerald's Adagios Quartet:  Iphigenia's Song (Oberon, 2003)

From The Globe and Mail (1999)

From Twenty-Six Ways Out of This World (Oberon, 1999)

From Written in the Skin (Insomniac, 1998)

From River (ECW, 1995)

From walkin' wounded (Black Moss, 1993)

From Ultimate Midnight (Black Moss, 1992)

From Ultimate Midnight (Black Moss, 1992)

From Rapturous Chronicles (Mercury, 1991)

From Split / Levels (Coach House, 1983)

From Easy Over (Black Moss, 1981)

From Easy Over (Black Moss, 1981)

From Lacerating Heartwood (Coach House, 1977)

From Lacerating Heartwood (Coach House, 1977)

From Whale Sound (J. J. Douglas, 1976)



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