D.S. Martin is a Canadian poet with three collections to his credit. His latest book, Conspiracy of Light: Poems Inspired by the Legacy of C.S. Lewis, appeared in 2013 from Cascade Books, as part of the Poiema Poetry Series. His previous books include Poiema, which was a winner at the Word Awards in 2009, and his chapbook, So The Moon Would Not Be Swallowed, published by Rubicon Press (Edmonton) in 2007.
D.S. Martin is compiling a major anthology:
The Turning Aside: The Kingdom Poets Book of Contemporary Christian Poetry.
Imago is generously assisting with this project. Follow this link to contribute financially; (income tax receipts are available for Canadian donations).
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 has written about poetry for publications such as Books & Culture, and Ruminate. He and his wife, Gloria, live in Brampton, Ontario. They have two adult sons.
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