Publication Year

Spring Migration

April 1 – May 31

From: Caribou Run


Introduction – ‘Kar-ә-bōō, n. – Ruminant Digestion – The Love Poem as Caribou – Crossings (Thetis Lake) – The Mad Trapper of Rat River, 1932 – Ghazal of the Caribou Fence – The Twelve Aspects of Tragedy in Wolves Hunting – Migration is Disciplined Wanderlust – Hooves – The Confession of the Hunter – Genesis 1:24 – Irish Elk – A Thunderstorm Seven Kilometres West of Old Crow, Yukon



Richard Kelly Kemick

Richard Kelly Kemick's poetry, prose, and criticism have been published in magazines and journals across Canada and the United States, including the Fiddlehead, the New Quarterly, and Tin House (Open Bar). He has won the poetry prizes of both Grain magazine and Echolocation. He lives in Calgary.