Canadian poet and novelist, Alden Nowlan was born in Nova Scotia and spent much of his career in New Brunswick. His collection, Bread, Wine and Salt, won the Governor General’s Award for poetry in 1967. He was born in 1933 and died in 1983.
The essays in this site are written or collected by Alden’s friend, Greg Cook of Saint John, N.B.
- Selected Bibliography of Works by Alden Nowlan, by Greg Cook
- Imposing Order / Poet’s Class Work: A bio-critical glimpse of Alden Nowlan 1933-1983, by Greg Cook
- Alden Nowlan, something rare and beautiful: a memoir by Greg Cook
- "My Family Was Poor": Thinking About Alden Nowlan and Class, by Thomas R. Smith
- The Alden Nowlan Interviews
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