D.S. Martin is a Canadian poet with two collections to his credit: Poiema, published by Wipf & Stock (Eugene, Oregon) in 2008 (which received an award from The Word Guild in 2009), and his chapbook, So The Moon Would Not Be Swallowed, published by Rubicon Press (Edmonton) in 2007.
He is the Series Editor for the new Poiema Poetry Series from Wipf & Stock.
His poetry has appeared in many journals in both Canada and the US, such as Canadian Literature, Christian Century, Dalhousie Review and Queen’s Quarterly. His chapbook is about his grandparents who were missionaries to China from 1923 to 1951. He writes about poetry for publications such as Books & Culture, The Cresset, Ruminate and Rock & Sling. He lives in Brampton, Ontario with his wife and two sons.
D.S. Martin is also known for his blog about poets of the Christian faith: Kingdom Poets.