Category: Ronald P. Frye & Co. Catalogue

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  • Perfume: Poems and Word Sonnets


    The publication of Perfume: Poems and Word Sonnets by Seymour Mayne marks sixty years since his first writings appeared in a Canadian literary journal. He is the author, editor or translator of more than seventy books. His latest collections include The Old Blue Couch and Other Stories, Cusp: Word Sonnets, and In Your Words: Translations…

  • BRIDGES: An Ottawa Anthology


    For a number of years, chiefly in various locations and homes on the east bank of the Canal, a group of writers, almost all in one way or another associated with the University of Ottawa, have been meeting and sharing their writings with each other. Bridges: An Ottawa Anthology comprises recent work—poetry, short fiction, memoir—presenting…

  • In Your Words: Translations from the Yiddish and the Hebrew


    Seymour Mayne is back with a new book, In Your Words: Translations from the Yiddish and the Hebrew. Featuring a cover painting by Sharon Katz, the collection offers translations from the work of Canadian Yiddish poets, Rachel Korn, Melech Ravitch, and J.I. Segal, and a moving sequence of poems by Abraham Sutzkever, one of the great poets of the Holocaust. Complementing…

  • The Dread Voyage


    by William Wilfred Campbell ISBN:  978-1-77081-228-4    pages: 104  size:6.5 x 9 inches  paper William Wilfred Campbell (1860-1918), lover of Empire and instigator of the “War Among the Poets,” earned his living not by his pen but as a civil servant in Ottawa. While studying divinity in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he launched his literary career with the…

  • ALCYONE By: Archibald Lampman


    Archibald Lampman was born on November 17, 1861, in Morpeth, Ont. Canadian poet of the Confederation group, whose most characteristic work sensitively records the feelings evoked by scenes and incidents of northern landscapes and seasons. Alcyone was prepared just before his death and published posthumously.

  • Over The Hill By: Lilian Leveridge


    Lilian became a respected poet and short – story writer in her own right, and internationally famous in the early 1900s for her touching and evocative poem Over the Hills of Home, written as a tribute to her younger brother Frank who died in the First World War.

  • CUSP: Word Sonnets Trade Edition


    This new book of word sonnets by Seymour Mayne, one of the chief innovators of the form, is being published to highlight fifty years since the poet’s first collection of poetry was published in Montreal.  Cusp: Word Sonnets is published in a limited illustrated signed edition and a regular trade paper edition. Review: “Seymour Mayne’s Cusp:…

  • Art In Canada


    Art in Canada – Forty Canadians, inspired by the installation “Toast” from the exhibition “Journey through the Past” by Keith Campbell, each take advantage of a 50 word soapbox to relate to the reader the importance of Art in Canada as seen through their eyes. FRYE CANADIAN CERAMICIST COLLECTION AVAILABLE DECEMBER 15th 2013 The First…

  • WALTER DEXTER: three sketchbooks


    Looking at the sketches you can see in them the magic of the Walter Dexter’s craft. It is such an incredible privlege to have been given access to this intimate glimpse into the workings of an artist’s mind. The random inclusion of a phone number or a reminder note provides further evidence that Walter never…

  • The Old Blue Couch


    Ronald P. Frye & Co. is proud to present the latest publication from poet and translator Seymour Mayne. The Old Blue Couch and Other Stories is a collection of humorous and witty stories. The Old Blue Couch and Other Stories will delight the reader both for its warmth and wit. It will hold an honoured place at…