Ottawa-born, Blaine Marchand has been writing poetry since Grade Seven. His work has appeared across Canada, the US, Pakistan, India and New Zealand and previously in Bywords. His seventh book, Becoming History, was published this year by Aeolus House. He is currently completing a new manuscript, Promenade, which explores the pandemic, the Ottawa River landscape, the diagnosis of cancer and aging.
|Imaging the Body|
published in Bywords.ca November 2021
published in Bywords.ca December 2018
|Why I Fear Writing|
published in Bywords.ca December 2015