After All the ScissorWork is Done is available at the Amazon Books store.
David Fraser is a novelist, poet, spoken-word performer, publisher and editor. He lives . He is the founder and editor of Friday's Poems, Ascent Aspirations Magazine. His poetry has appeared in many journals and anthologies, including Rocksalt, An Anthology of Contemporary BC Poetry (Mother Tongue Press), Poems from Planet Earth (Leaf Press), Walk Myself Home (Caitlin Press) and recently Tesseracts 18. He has published six collections of poetry; Going to the Well, 2004, Running Down the Wind, 2007, No Way Easy, 2010, Caught in My Throat, 2011 and, Paper Boats, 2012. In addition David has co-authored with Naomi Beth Wakan, On Poetry, an inspirational book on poetics and poetry and has recently completed a response poem collection, Maybe We Could Dance, with poet Pat Smekal. His most recent collection of poetry, After All the Scissor Work is Done was published by Leaf Press in 2016. He is the former artistic director of Nanaimo's spoken-word series, WordStorm www.wordstorm.ca. He participated in Random Acts of Poetry, a national poetry program that brought poetry to the streets of Canada. David is a member of the League of Canadian Poets. David in the spring of 2015 was the Organizing Director for the Cascadia Poetry Festival in Nanaimo, BC. David was also named the Federation of BC Writers Honorary Ambassador for 2017.
Books by some of David's favourite poets.