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Recently, Andy Weaver, a visitor perhaps, as he has moved to Toronto to teach at York University, with his poet friend Adam Dickinson, helped start the Olive Reading Series in downtown Edmonton. indb 26 2/9/09 2:47:58 PM 27 The “Wild Body” of Alberta Poetry Bees (2005), certainly reflected his studies and life in Alberta, even as its many intertextual allusions demonstrated his commitment to a postmodern poetry and poetics that knows no borders. w Such an ongoing list of names reveals an Alberta poetry scene all too rich and varied for any chronicler to cover.
Among those who supported Gowda in his effort to establish a Ruthenian corps were such well-known figures as Peter Svarich, Paul Rudyk, and Gregory Krakiwsky (also spelled Kraikivsky, Krakiwski, and Krikevsky). 4. Other Albertans who were part of the company’s board of directors or shareholders were Gowda’s friends and frequent collaborators, Svarich, Rudyk, and Krakiwsky. 5. Translated from a broadsheet dated 1 May 1913, which is now found with the rest of the Gowda papers at the Provincial Archives of Alberta.
His poetry, too, awaits a more complex and complete critical response. As does that of Charles Noble, whose early work ventured into poetic sequences while his more recent work engages the long poem, as such. Like one of the characters in “Banff/Breaking,” Noble’s poems “ride the discrepancy train” (Noble, Banff 56) of thoughts meandering across home place and the world at large engaged in a complex dance of motive and meaning, as in “Scatterbrain Gathers,” where the fields on the table are next to my heart and the list of machinery is growing into the world where the gentle lawyer, a minister’s son my mother remembers from high school, is unfolding the law into our hands (Noble, Afternoon 11) Such poems, full of intimate knowledge filtered through an intellectual screen, set Noble’s poems apart from the usual prairie anecdotal lyric.