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Tim Inkster

Tim Inkster's proudest moment, as a poet, was the inclusion of "In Search of Eldorado" (from "A Crown Prince Waits for a Train") in the 1975 edition of the "Penguin Book of Canadian Verse" edited by Ralph Gustafson. His most recent collection was "Blue Angel" (Black Moss, 1981) after which he stopped writing poems in favour of a career in the book publishing industry. "The Crown Prince Waits for a Train" is one of only two Porcupine's Quill publications from the 1970s that are still available...See more