Don Domanski Death | Don Domanski Obituary – Don Domanski has been pronounced dead in a tweet made on the 10th of September 2020 by Rilketoast (@KBabstock). Domanski was a Canadian poet who lived most of his adult life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He died at the age of 70.
According to a report made by stu-acpa, Don Domanski’s first book was titled “The Cape Breton Book of the Dead”(1975). He went further to produce eight collections of poetry: Heaven (1978), War in an Empty House (1982), Hammerstroke (1986), Wolf-Ladder (1991), Stations of the Left Hand (1994), Parish of the Psychic Moon (1998), All Our Wonder Unavenged (2007) and Bite Down Little Whisper (2013). His works are known worldwide. Reports says that 4 of his books were shortlisted for the Governor General’s Prize in English Language Poetry and he was awarded for two his books. We extend our condolences.
The strange and wonderful and eccentric and beautiful are things this world isn’t good with.
RIP Don Domanski https://t.co/snGhKD25Ao
— Rilketoast (@KBabstock) September 10, 2020
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