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To Greet Yourself Arriving Paperback – May 1 2016

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"This book is an event in Anglo-Canadian poetry." —George Elliot Clarke, author, Whylah Falls


"The poems are revelatory, educative, and inspirational. They tell (or retell differently) stories of heroes—some admired, loved; but many unsung, forgotten . . . That this is a historically significant book is evident on every page." —Mayank Bhatt, generallyaboutbooks.com


"The poems in Fraser's To Greet Yourself Arriving stand fiercely on their own as poems, tight and clear and clean, but as a chorus this book raises itself to a beautiful black sound." —Michael Dennis, michaeldennispoet.blogspot.ca


"Fraser’s poetry provides rich pieces to share and consider. This is a collection that teachers should be teaching across the country." —Jael Richardson, Toronto Star

About the Author

Michael Fraser is a Toronto high school teacher, poet, and writer. He has been published in various national and international journals and anthologies, including The Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2013. His manuscript, The Serenity of Stone, won the 2007 Canadian Aid Literary Award Contest and was published in 2008 by Bookland Press. He won FreeFall‘s 2015 Poetry Contest and is the creator and former director of the Plasticine Poetry Series.

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