Poetry Collections

Written by D.S. Martin

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.

Conspiracy of Light by D.S. Martin
So The Moon Would Not Be Swallowed

Edited by D.S. Martin

D.S. Martin is Series Editor for the Poiema Poetry Series from Cascade Books. He is honoured to have had the opportunity to edit these collections, along with these fine poets.

Second Bloom by Anya Krugovoy Silver
Phases by Mischa Willett
Falter by Marjorie Stelmach
The Turning Aside edited by D.S. Martin
True, False, None of the Above by Marjorie Maddox
where the sky opens
twisted shapes of light
The Hatching of the Heart by Margo Swiss
collage of seoul
Still Working It Out by Brad Davis
Remembering Jesus by John Leax
What Cannot Be Fixed by Jill Peláez Baumgaertner
Second Sky by Tania Runyan
Conspiracy of Light by D.S. Martin
Scape by Luci Shaw
Say This Prayer Into The Past by Paul J. Willis
A Word In My Mouth by Robert Cording
Gold by Barbara Crooker
Particular Scandals by Julie L. Moore
Within This Tree Of Bones by Robert Siegel
Epitaphs For The Journey by Paul Mariani
Six Sundays Toward a Seventh by Sydney Lea