Helen Fitzgerald Dougher
Helen Dougher’s gently uncompromising poetry about everyday living reveals a freshness of perception and a profundity of spirit. She writes with honesty, wisdom and the experience of a lifetime of craft to guide her imagination.
Poet Helen Fitzerald Dougher was born in Dunnville, Ontario on November14, 1911 and worked in the Department of Veterans of the Federal Civil Service in Hamilton until retirement after thirty years. Her poetry has been published in Chatelaine, Saturday Night, Cheshire Life and other Canadian, British, and American periodicals, anthologized in eight collections, and featured on radio. She is the author of two previous poetry books, This Golden Fire (The Tower Poetry Press, 1977) and Homecoming (Potlatch Publications, 1986). She is a longstanding member of several poetry societies and lives in Hamilton with her cat Maggie and her complete Frank Sinatra collection.
6" x 9”, 80p