Walter Hildebrandt & Charles Noble (Reading and Signing)Wednesday Mar 08 2017 7:00 pm, Saskatoon, Travel Alcove
Taking its inspiration from director Werner Herzog's concept of "ecstatic truth" and recalling D.W. Griffith's silent film classic Intolerance, poet/historianambitious new book of poems is a searing denunciation of the exploitation of the poor and powerless at the hands of the wealthy. In forceful, unadorned language, draws a clear line from historical outrages such as the Dakota Wars of the 19th century and the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike to injustices in present-day England, Cuba, and Canada.
Documentaries urges readers to confront stories that are hiding in plain sight, but which are in danger of being lost when their truth goes unspoken.
Since 1972, Doubt’s Boots, hearth wild/post cardiac banff, and Wormwood, Vermouth, Warphistory, which won the 1996 Writers Guild of Alberta poetry award. Also a dedicated farmer, Noble works the land of his family’s farm in Nobleford, Alberta and spends a significant amount of time in Banff. Mack the Naïf is all over the place, spinning an incidental mosaic, where mini-narratives or short hairs are dropped and picked up to ghost then a trans-narrative over a gallimaufry of pop-up poems, living ends against this kindly arc.has been publishing poetry in a modest Canadian literary underground. A few of the titles that have emerged are