Gail P. Robertson
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Gail is a fiction writer and poet. She publishes lighthearted science fiction, metaphysical fiction, youth adventure and a book of humorous and thought-provoking rhyming, story-telling poetry.
She currently has five books in print. Each is also available as e-books (ePUB format):
When the Need is Great – science fiction
Hell Holes – sequel to When the Need is Great
Hour House – Youth adventure (science fiction)
The Whimsical Crime of Rhythm and Rhyme – poetry
Immortal Wound – metaphysical fiction
They are available at PORTALS (in the Island Savings Centre, Duncan, BC) and through Lulu.com, Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and the Amazon Kindle and Kobo e-book outlets.
In the works: Too Much Information (sequel to Hour House).
Rojan Zét (rhymes with cabaret)
– a spirit pre-occupied with the state of being and the potential of the successful Human *Inadequate. Rojan resides in the Cowichan Valley, has produced several chapbooks of poems, short stories, and personal essays, and remains occupied in a hands-on multi-media struggle for the allocation of resources and time in the real world accomplishing his visions for collections of words, images, music, and living spaces.
* unrealized self-actualization for increasing numbers of social stake-holders (consumers)
Deas Island Slough Reports
Present Tense Poems
Future Tense Poems
Past Tense Poems
Pumpkin Shaped Heart
– Winner of Verse and Vision 2009 Best Poem Award for “Winter” (People’s Choice).
– 2010 Resident Poet for Cowichan Valley Arts Café
– Creative-Writer-For-Hire with the last word in “Out of the Warmland”
(published by Ten Old Books & Gallowglass 2009).
– Textual and graphic documentary composition, editing, and formatting.