“Getting public input” is a phase in almost every urban planning decision that is made in the developed world. Too often, however, it means simply surveying the existing attitudes of stakeholders, rather than doing what we humans are so good at – thinking, sharing, and being creative.
Poems of family, of place, poems of loss and startling discoveries. This new Selected Poems collection by Lorne Daniel brings together the best of his published poetry. In the words of international award-winning poet and editor Gary Geddes, "Poetry … Read more →