Guelph versifiers of the 19th century

Guelph versifiers of the 19th century
Guelph Versifiers of the 19th Century is a comprehensive introduction to the poets and poetry of the City of Guelph, Ontario before the year 1900. It includes some writers as famous as John Galt and Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, some so obscure that even their names have not survived, and some who are no longer commonly known but who played an important part in the literary and cultural life of the city during their time. Together they comprise an interesting and significant insight into the history and culture of Guelph during its early years, a book that will both entertain the general reader and engage the serious scholar.
Publication Year: 
2014

Knight, David J.

David J. Knight was born in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. He is an alumnus of Guelph and Southampton (UK). He is an internationally published author, with books and articles on Historical Biography, Archaeology and Archaeoacoustics. He is an internationally published author and Editor-In-Chief of Vocamus Editions, an imprint of Vocamus Press, Guelph. He has been celebrated as a University of Guelph Campus Author for King Lucius of Britain (The History Press, 2008), Sound Guelph (Publication Studio Guelph, 2013), The Omen by John Galt (Publication Studio Guelph, 2013), Guelph Versifiers of the 19th Century (Vocamus Editions, 2014), and The Star of Destiny by John Galt (Vocamus Editions, 2015).