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Roo Borson
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Ruth Elizabeth Borson, who writes under the name Roo Borson (born 20 January 1952 in Berkeley, California) is a Canadian poet who lives in Toronto. She is a graduate of the University of British Columbia.
She has received many awards for her work, including the Governor General's Literary Award, 2004, and the Griffin Poetry Prize, 2005 for Short Journey Upriver Toward Oishida. She currently lives in Toronto with poet Kim Maltman, and with Kim Maltman and Andy Patton is a member of the collaborative performance poetry ensemble Pain Not Bread.

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Roo Borson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ruth Elizabeth Borson, who writes under the name Roo Borson (born 20 January 1952 in Berkeley, California) is a Canadian poet who lives in Toronto. She is a ...
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Canadian Poetry Online | University of Toronto Libraries | Roo Borson
Roo Borson, born 20 January 1952. B.A. from Goddard College (1973), M.F.A. from the University of British Columbia (1977). Writer in Residence at the ...
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Roo Borson - Griffin Poetry Prize
Born in California in 1952, Roo Borson has made her home in Canada since graduating with a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of British ...
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Griffin Poetry Prize | See and Hear Poetry | A-G | Roo Borson
Speech, when speech is loneliness, and you close your eyes. From Short Journey Upriver Toward Oishida, by Roo Borson Copyright © 2004 by Roo Borson ...
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"Ruth Elizabeth Borson". The Canadian Encyclopedia
16 Dec 2013 ... Ruth Elizabeth Borson, "Roo," poet (b at Berkeley, Ca 20 Jan 1952). Ruth Borson was raised in Berkeley, educated at Goddard College, ...
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Roo Borson's "Intermittent Rain" | In a Dark Time ... The Eye Begins ...
3 Jan 2006 ... I particularly liked the poems of Roo Borson, another poet who seems to have been strongly influenced by Robert Creeley. My favorite poem ...
www.lorenwebster.net/In_a_Dark_Time/2006/01/03/roo-borsons-intermittent-rain/
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Spring Collections: Rain; road; an open boat by Roo Borson | CBC ...
10 Apr 2012 ... April is National Poetry Month, and in the coming weeks, CBC Books will be celebrating the occasion with a Spring Collections special: each ...
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Roo Borson - Brock University
Rev. of Intent, Or The Weight Of The World, by Roo Borson. Canadian Literature ... “The Incurable Beauty of the Earth: An Interview with Roo Borson.” Essays on ...
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McClelland.com | Author Spotlight: Roo Borson
Roo Borson has published eleven books of poems, including Short Journey Upriver Toward Ôishida (2004), winner of the Governor General's Award, the Pat  ...
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A Poem a Day: After a Death - Roo Borson
7 Jul 2011 ... After a Death - Roo Borson. Seeing that there's no other way, I turn his absence into a chair. I can sit in it, gaze out through the window. I can do ...
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Roo Borson - GG 2013
8 mai 2013 ... Roo Borson est née en Californie, en 1952. ... Goddard (au Vermont) et une maîtrise en beaux-arts de l'Université de la Colombie-Britannique.
Canadian Poetry Online | University of Toronto Libraries | Roo Borson
Roo Borson, born 20 January 1952. B.A. from Goddard College (1973), M.F.A. from the University of British Columbia (1977). Writer in Residence at the ...
Loyalties - University of Toronto Libraries
Loyalties. Roo Borson From: Night Walk, Selected Poems. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1994. Old shoes, where are you taking me now? You who've spent ...
Roo Borson | Les voix de la poésie
Born in Berkeley, California, Roo Borson moved to Canada to attend the University of British Columbia in the 1970s. She is the author of eleven books of poetry ...
Roo Borson - Brock University
Rev. of Intent, Or The Weight Of The World, by Roo Borson. Canadian Literature 128 (1991): 215-216. Barron, Graham. “The Incurable Beauty of the Earth: An ...
Roo Borson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ruth Elizabeth Borson, who writes under the name Roo Borson (born 20 January 1952 in Berkeley, ... She is a graduate of the University of British Columbia.
Roo Borson - Griffin Poetry Prize
Born in California in 1952, Roo Borson has made her home in Canada since graduating with a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of British ...
Short Journey Upriver Toward Ōishida de Roo Borson - Gagnant
Roo Borson est née en Californie, en 1952. Elle détient un baccalauréat en arts du Collège Goddard (au Vermont) et une maîtrise en beaux-arts de l'Université ...
rob mclennan's blog: Roo Borson's Personal History
24 Oct 2009 ... This is certainly the case with Toronto poet Borson's most recent collection ... at the Carleton University Art Gallery, March 10, 2014 (Ottawa ON) ...
Canadian Writers in Person - York University
York University. Glendon Campus · Alumni ... 12, Emma Donaghue - Room. Mar. 5, Patricia Keeney - First ...... Oct. 7, Roo Borson. Roo Borson is a poet and ...
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Personal History
Personal History
Roo Borson, Jan Zwicky, 2008
Personal History is a book consisting of eight essays in the belles lettres tradition. Of the work, Borson writes: "From the inside, each life seems an unbounded world; from the outside, a design can at times be seen.
Rain, Road, an Open Boat
Rain, Road, an Open Boat
Roo Borson, 2012
" By turns wry and ecstatic, droll and elegiac, quizzical and contemplative, this is a major new work by one of our most singular and compelling poets.
Short Journey Upriver toward Oishida
Short Journey Upriver toward Oishida
Roo Borson, 2004
In Roo Borson’s new watershed collection, it is as though language were being taught to increase its powers of concentration, to hearken simultaneously to the fully impinged-upon senses, the reflecting mind with its griefs and yearnings, the heart with its burden of live memory. Always “the line bends as the river bends,” a quick ever-adjusting mus...
Night Walk: Selected Poems
Night Walk: Selected Poems
Roo Borson, 1994
This first selection from the poetry of Roo Borson, a three-time winner of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Literary Competition, ranges from the short lyric through the prose poem and is comprised of pieces spanning a decade and a ...
Short journey upriver toward Ōishida
Short journey upriver toward Ōishida
Roo Borson, 2004
In Roo Borson’s new watershed collection, it is as though language were being taught to increase its powers of concentration, to hearken simultaneously to the fully impinged-upon senses, the reflecting mind with its griefs and yearnings, ...
Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada
Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada
William H. New, 2002
BORSON, Roo (Ruth Elizabeth). Poet; b Berkeley, CA, 20 Jan 1952; daughter of Dr Harry J. and Dr Frederica Josephine (Esterly) Borson, physicians. After majoring in religious studies at U California (Santa Barbara) and Goddard C, Vermont ...
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Griffin Poetry Prize | Awards and Poets | Shortlists | 2005 Shortlist | Roo Borson
Canada's most generous poetry award, founded by businessman and philanthropist Scott Griffin.
www.griffinpoetryprize.com/awards-and-poets/shortlists/2005-shortlist/roo-borson/
rob mclennan's blog: Roo Borson’s Personal History
What is it that makes great writing (and great art of all kinds, perhaps excellence itself) almost unbearable? The anguish of the impotent bystander, who can do nothing but stand and watch. The feeling of being condemned to sit forever in some generic living room while, on television, one after another, Olympic divers transmute themselves into steel, projectile, otter, swan.
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l'Encyclopédie Canadienne
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A Poem a Day: After a Death - Roo Borson
Seeing that there's no other way, I turn his absence into a chair. I can sit in it, gaze out through the window. I can do what I do best and then go out into the world. And I can return then with my useless love, to rest, because the chair is there. An empty chair is my favorite image of the emotional aftermath of death. An empty chair is such a devastating physical presence in the way it reminds us all of a loved one lost.
poetry-fromthehart.blogspot.com/2011/07/after-death-roo-borson.html
golB hsilgnE s'nayR » Blog Archive » “Rain Song” by Roo Borson
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Roo Borson's "Intermittent Rain" | In a Dark Time ... The Eye Begins to See
www.lorenwebster.net/In_a_Dark_Time/2006/01/03/roo-borsons-intermittent-rain/
Canadian Poetry Online | University of Toronto Libraries | Roo Borson
www.library.utoronto.ca/canpoetry/borson/
Poetry That Speaks to Me: "Talk" by Roo Borson - 1981
The shops, the streets are full of old men who can't think of a thing to say anymore. Sometimes, looking at a girl, it almost occurs to them, but they can't make it out, they go pawing toward it through the fog. The young men are still jostling shoulders as they walk along, tussling at one another with words. They're excited by talk, they can still see the danger. The old women, thrifty with words, haggling for oranges, their mouths take bites out of the air. They know the value of oranges. They had to learn everything on their own. The young women are the worst off, no one has bothered to show them things. You can see their minds on their faces, they are like little lakes before a storm. They don't know it's a confusion that makes them sad. It's lucky in a way though, because the young men take a look of confusion for inscrutability, and this excites them and makes them want to own this face they don't understand, something to be tinkered with at their leisure..
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Literary Genres: After a Death by Roo Borson
My first thoughts to this poem was that this was going to be one of our many typical sad poems. But I actually really liked one of these sad little poems for once, so much is said in its little 9 lines. I see the narrator as a younger women who has lost her husband/boyfriend not a old widow who has lost a husband after a lengthy time. She is clearly hiding the fact to the outside world that she is in that amount of pain," I can do what I do best and then go out into the world and I can return then with my useless love" (Lines 5-7) she is shelling up her feelings as do most people when they lose someone, but typically I have seen that it is not usually the female who shells up to the world.
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