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Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

The Melmac Years

My peculiar resin d’être

Robert Currie

Robert Currie lives in Moose Jaw, where he taught high school English for 30 years, where he once edited Salt, and from where, during the years 2007 to 2010, he travelled Saskatchewan as the province’s third poet laureate. His most recent book is the novel, Living with the Hawk (Thistledown, 2013). His next book of poems, The Days Run Away, will be published by Coteau in 2015.

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Robert Currie

Carried Away

September 2014
  Hendon, the prairie village where my father bought grain, where my mother groused at the wood stove while I squirmed at the kitchen table, all the good pictures done in my colouring book. I needed to go to school. “Next year,” she said, “when we move to the city.” Would we have a car…