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Bernell MacDonald Biography
Bernell MacDonald (born 1950) is an outstanding Canadian poet. He was born on Prince Edward Island and now lives on a farm in Roslin, Ontario. He was associated with Alden Nowlan, Raymond Fraser, LeRoy Johnson, Al Pittman, Louis Cormier and others in publishing the literary magazine Intercourse in the 1960s.


I Can Really Draw Eagles - 1970
Seeds We Planted 1972
Parentheses - 1974
The Theories of Fish - 1979
In My Own Image - 1987
Dog Days - 1994
Birds of Passage: Selected Poems (1966-1996) - 1996
Abiogeneses - 1999
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