Authors » David Solway
David Solway is a Canadian poet and essayist. His most recent book of poetry is Installations (Signal, 2015) and his prose work Reflections on Music, Poetry, and Politics (Shomron Press) appeared in 2016.
Posted: August 25, 2017
Western Civilization has depended on poets and poetry to educate, enlighten, entertain and ennoble us since Homer charted the course of the Trojan War and the journey of Odysseus. Alas, writes Canadian poet David Solway, most of what passes for poetry today has no more artistic merit or social utility “than graffiti on freight trains”. Fortunately we have the classics and a handful of moderns who honour them to provide literary sustenance in these parched poetic times. You can discover or rediscover them in Solway’s essay in C2C Journal.
Articles by David Solway
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