CBC celebrates 75 years of Literature (Clip 2)


For thirty years, Robert Weaver was a trailblazer on Canada’s literary scene. His radio program, “Anthology,” which first went to air in 1954, was a showcase for some of this country’s best writers. It was an eclectic mix of poetry, fiction and interviews. We’ll hear more about Bob Weaver soon, but first… here’s poet Phyllis Webb, in 1956 as part of a cycle of poems about the seasons.

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