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Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Czechoslovakian, Portuguese, and Spanish. In 2007, he was the winner of the Governor General's Award in Poetry.

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  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Czechoslovakian, Portuguese, and Spanish. In 2007, he was the winner of the Governor General's Award in Poetry.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski has mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he has created art tha
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry. His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski has mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Ment
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski has mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studi
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged end was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spend most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged end was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the L
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spent most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged end was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the L
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spent most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieut
  • {{Infobox person|dates=|birth_place=Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality=Canadian|occupation=poetMother: Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife: Mary Meidell 1969-2020Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • {{short description|Canadian |birth_place=Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality=Canadian|occupation=poetBorn: April 29, 1950Died: Sept.7, 2020Mother: Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife: Mary Meidell 1969-2020 Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1969-2020) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1950-) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant
  • Don Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterwork
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Author of nine collections of poetry, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Author of nine collections of poetry, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with the Governor General's Award for Poetry, the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Sc
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet.
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  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Czechoslovakian, Portuguese, and Spanish. In 2007, he was the winner of the Governor General's Award in Poetry.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski has mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he has created art that has appeared in galleries and on covers of his poetry collections.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry. His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski has mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he has created art that has appeared in galleries and on covers of his poetry collections.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (born 1950) is a Canadian poet who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged received both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski has mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he has created art that has appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged end was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spend most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged end was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spent most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged end was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spent most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • {{Infobox person|dates=|birth_place=Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality=Canadian|occupation=poetMother: Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife: Mary Meidell 1969-2020Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spent most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • {{short description|Canadian |birth_place=Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality=Canadian|occupation=poetBorn: April 29, 1950Died: Sept.7, 2020Mother: Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife: Mary Meidell 1969-2020 Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spent most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1969-2020) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, but spent most of his adult years in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1969-2020) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades inHalifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1969-2020) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1950-) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1950-) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. During this time he found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous)amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Paleontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1950-) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous)amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1950-) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected 350-million-year-old fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Canadian |birth_place= Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada|nationality= Canadian|occupation= PoetBorn= April 29, 1950Died= Sept.7, 2020Mother= Sylvia Ross DomanskiWife= Mary Meidell (1950-) Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Don Rusu Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Domanski was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Domanski lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling for decades in Halifax. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Don Domanski (1950-2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Published and reviewed internationally, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Author of nine collections of poetry, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with both the Governor General's Award in Poetry and the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award.Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Author of nine collections of poetry, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with the Governor General's Award for Poetry, the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award, and the Atlantic Poetry Prize. Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Author of nine collections of poetry, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with the Governor General's Award for Poetry, the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award, and the Atlantic Poetry Prize. In 2014 he won the J.M. Abraham Poetry Award for Bite Down Little Whisper. Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet. He was born and raised in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and lived briefly in Toronto, Vancouver and Wolfville, before settling in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he lived for most of his life. Author of nine collections of poetry, his work has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. In a review of Wolf-Ladder John Bradley described Domanski's poetry as "earthy and astral, dark and buoyant, a cross between Robert Bly, Ted Hughes, and the Brothers Grimm." In 1999 he received the Canadian Literary Award for Poetry from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). His 2007 collection All Our Wonder Unavenged was honoured with the Governor General's Award for Poetry, the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award, and the Atlantic Poetry Prize. In 2014 he won the J.M. Abraham Poetry Award for Bite Down Little Whisper. Domanski mentored other poets through the Banff Centre for the Arts Wired Writing Studio and the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Mentorship program. Also a visual artist, he created art that appeared in galleries in Halifax and Seoul, South Korea, and on covers of his poetry collections. Domanski also collected fossils for over a decade, and subsequently turned his attention to meteorites and Stone Age tools. He found a neural arch of a 350-million-year-old (Lower Carboniferous) amphibian previously thought to have gone extinct in the Devonian period. He was given credit for the find in Amphibian Biology, Vol. 4, Palaeontology, The Evolutionary History of Amphibians, ed. Harold Heatwole and Robert L. Carroll. His interest in religions inspired visits to churches and cathedrals in France, Ireland, England and Argentina, mosques in Istanbul, Rumi’s tomb in Konya, and Buddhist temples and monasteries in China.
  • Don Domanski (29 April 1950 – 7 September 2020) was a Canadian poet.
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