House of Blue Skies

The House of Blue Skies is an Alberta micro publisher that had its beginnings in the online poetry journal blueskiespoetry.ca and published its first book, the best-selling anthology Writing the Land: Alberta Through its Poets, in 2007. Founded by poets Angela Kublik and Dymphny Dronyk, the House of Blue Skies remains the only Alberta publisher with offices in both Edmonton and Grande Prairie.

To contact House of Blue Skies, please contact Dymphny Dronyk at dymphny@gmail.com.
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The Calgary Project – A City Map in Verse and Visual

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Home and Away – Alberta’s Finest Poets Muse on the Meaning of Home

“All language is a longing for home.”
– Rumi

In Home and Away – a sequel to the bestselling Writing the Land (2007) – Alberta poets ponder the question “what is home?” and explore our complex relationship with working on, living with, exploiting and protecting our land and our home.

Are we shaped by what we do and where we live? How does this affect our sense of place? Is home where you reside… or is it where you are from? Can you go back home after years of being away? Does the landscape get under your skin… do you carry it with you when you go?

The answers can be found in new poems by Alice Major, Patrick Pilarski, Nicole Pakan, Rosemary Griebel, Shirley Serviss, Weyman Chan, Pierrette Requier, Bob Stallworthy, and many, many more.

Featuring poems by Paulette Dubé, Tom Wayman, Jalal Barzanji, Jenna Butler, Ian LeTourneau, Ben Murray, Tyler Perry, Daniel N. Poitras, Rob Omura, and Suzanne Harris. Foreward by Glen Sorestad.

Edited by Dymphny Dronyk and Angela Kublik
December 2009
ISBN: 978-0-9784588-1-2
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Writing the Land: Alberta Through its Poets

See the land around us with new eyes, as some of Alberta’s finest poets explore the magnificent and diverse landscape of our province, and how we interact with it. From the tar sands in the north, to the towering Rockies, to the grasslands of the south – not to mention the rich farmland, prairies, boreal forests, coulees and wandering rivers in-between – this land and its resources have shaped and continue to influence the history, culture, and economy of Alberta.

Writing the Land includes new work by Tom Wayman, Weyman Chan, Jenna Butler, and many others. Collected in celebration of the theme chosen for the 2007 Conference and AGM of the Writers Guild of Alberta, these poems will lodge inside your soul.

Edited by Dymphny Dronyk and Angela Kublik
September 2007
ISBN: 978-0-9784588-0-5
Price: $21.00 CAD ($18.00 plus $3.00 Shipping and Handling)

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