James Irwin was haled by an Ottawa poet as the fastest runner since the gazelle who also writes pretty good. Having sprinted up river, he now lives in Montreal as a student of Creative Writing at Concordia University. His poems are starting to appear in various dark corners so keep a look out for clumps of his shedded fur. In his own mind he still haunts the Tree reading series as the one who makes all those noises in the roof.
|Ghazal Sonnet of here and there|
published in the Bywords Quarterly Journal Volume 2 Number 4 (Winter 2004)
|sorting through loyalties|
published in Bywords.ca November 2004
|Coffee in Thunder Bay Coffee Everywhere|
published in Bywords.ca January 2004