“Temagami” by Paul Hoy

by jeremylukehill

Paul Hoy is a poet residing in Guelph, Ontario. His poetry is shaped by the natural landscape and the wilderness of northern Canada. He admires the poetry of Jim Harrison, Jack Gilbert and Seamus Heaney and the prose of Ernest Hemingway, Richard Ford and Cormac McCarthy. He studied English Literature at the University of Toronto.

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