Colin Morton

Archibald Lampman Award winner Colin Morton has published ten books of poetry, a novel, and many reviews and essays. His poems have been translated into French, Spanish, Urdu, and Albanian, and have been adapted by Canadian, American and Hungarian composers. He co-produced the animated poetry film “Primiti too taa.” His website is at

Our House
published in March 2018
Up in Muskoka
published in December 2016
The Bow
published in November 2012
The Fly
published in November 2008
published in this is NOT a family venue (2005)
published in Bywords Volume 1, Number 9 July 1991
Jane Jordan Poetry Contest 3rd Prize
published in the John Newlove Memorial Issue of April 2004
reprinted in Moments Not Monuments: Remembering John Newlove (2004)