Bett, Stephen

Stephen Bett has had 12 poetry collections published (listed below) and his work has appeared in well over 100 literary journals in Canada, U.S., England, Australia, New Zealand and Finland, as well as in three anthologies, and on radio. He lives in Vancouver. His 13th collection of poetry, The Gross & Fine Geography: New & Selected Poems (Salmon Poetry, Ireland, 2012) will be published shortly. His poem Bill Frisell is featured in another upcoming poetry collection: Sound Off: a book of jazz.

Publishing credits (for reviews of  his books):

Re-Positioning (Ekstasis Editions, 2011);

Track This: a book of relationship (BlazeVOX Books, Buffalo, N.Y., 2010);

S PLIT (Ekstasis Editions, 2009);

Extreme Positions: the soft-porn industry Exposed (Spuyten Duyvil Books, NYC, 2009);

Sass ’n Pass (Ekstasis Editions, 2008);

Three Women (Ekstasis Editions, 2006);

Nota Bene Poems: A Journey (Ekstasis Editions, 2005);

Trader Poets (Frog Hollow Press, 2003);

High-Maintenance (Ekstasis Editions, 2003);

High Design Refit (Greenboathouse Books, 2002);

Cruise Control (Ekstasis Editions, 1996);

Lucy Kent and other poems (Longspoon Press, 1983).

CommuterLit posts:

Bill Frisell

Position 64: The Slip Slidin’ Away

Position 10: The Unbearable Lightness of Being