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Christopher Dewdney

Christopher Dewdney (born May 9, 1951) is an avant-garde Canadian poet. He lives in Toronto, Ontario. Dewdney is very interested in the sciences and a proper understanding of his work requires substantial knowledge of physics and biology, the vocabulary of which he uses substatially.

Works:

  • A Palaeozoic Geology of London, Ontario - 1974
  • Fovea Centralis - 1975
  • After Sublime - 1980
  • Predators of the Adoration - 1983
  • The Immaculate Perception - 1985
  • Permugenisis - 1987
  • The Radiant Inventory - 1988 (nominated for a Governor General's Award)
  • The Secular Grail - 1993
  • Demon Pond - 1994
  • Last Flesh: Life in the Transhuman Era - 1998
  • Signal Fires - 2000
  • The Natural History - 2002

See also: List of Canadian writers, List of Canadian poets[?]



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