Jesse Patrick Ferguson

Jesse Patrick Ferguson was raised in Cornwall, Ontario, and has lived in Ottawa, Fredericton and Sydney. He has published poetry and reviews in twelve countries. Some highlights include: Canadian Literature, Prairie Fire, The Walrus, Poetry Ireland Review, Stand Magazine, Poetry and Harperís. His work also appears in the anthologies Best Canadian Poetry 2009, Rogue Stimulus and The White Collar Book. Jesse has been a poetry editor for The Fiddlehead, and he has served on the editorial boards of several other Canadian journals. His two full-length poetry books are Harmonics (Freehand Books, 2009) and the collection of visual poems Dirty Semiotics (Broken Jaw Press, 2011). He is also the editor of the anthology A Crystal through which Love Passes: Glosas for P.K. Page (BuschekBooks, 2013).

At Seasonís Close
published in August 2013
Sick Sounds
published in August 2009
Emily Carr
published in March 2008
Summer Job
published in February 2007
Review: The Eternities by Marianne Bluger
published in April 2006
As You Lived (Irving layton 1912-2006)
published in January 2006
Review: Hello Serotonin by Jon Paul Fiorentino
published in July 2005
Review: Words for Trees by Barbara Folkart
published in May 2005