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NPM18: PRINCE GEORGE POETRY CITY
Ken Belford will be reading at an open Council meeting on April 30, 2018.
Ken Belford grew up in East Vancouver, where he was immersed in the poetry of that era. In the late 1960s, he moved to northwest B.C. where he homesteaded with his wife and daughter. Together they ran a “soft paths ecotourism” business at Damdochax Lake. He now lives in Prince George, B.C., where he writes full-time. Belford has seven previous books of poetry- Fireweed, The Post Electric Caveman, Pathways Into the Mountains, lan(d)guage, when snakes awaken, ecologue, Decompositions, and Internodes. His eighth collection, slick reckoning, was published in 2016.