Richard M. Grove
Richard M. Grove, otherwise known to friends as Tai, divides his time between a condo in Toronto and a house in Brighton. The Brighton house is in Presqu’ile Provincial Park, half way between Toronto and Kingston where he and his wife Kim run a B&B. He is a Poet, Prose Writer, Publisher, Photographer, Painter, Graphic Designer and is the Poet Laureate of Brighton. He is the founding president of the CCLA – Canada Cuba Literary Alliance.
He has 14 titles to his name and his images have been used in many books as well as on the cover of almost 75 books. His writer’s blog can be found at: https://richardgrovewriter.wordpress.com/. In 2020 he was the founder of The Poetry Pandemic Project that reached around the world. He is the Editor-in-chief of Devour: Art & Lit Canada. He has had over 100 poems and essays published in periodicals around the world as well as having been published in over 30 anthologies.
Books By Richard M. Grove
You will be taken on an unusual journey to parts of Cuba that you might not ever see. This is a memoir that you normally don’t see, filled with stories, poems, photos. You will want to get off of the all-inclusive resort after reading this book.
From Cross Hill – 3rd Edition
Author: Richard M. Grove Title: From Cross Hill: Views of My Cuba – 3rd Edition ISBN: 978-1-897475-71-3 = 9781897475713 Trade Paperback: 74 pages – 6 X 9
Living in the Shadow
Author: Richard M. Grove / Tai Title: Living in the Shadow – A Fictional Memoir ISBN: 978-1-927725-35-1 = 9781927725351 Trade Paperback: 118 pages – 5.5 X
MMXVII Two Thousand Seventeen
A duo book by Richard M. Grove and John B. Lee. A wonderful collection in both English and Hindi
Psycho Babble and the Consternations of Life
Some would say “Psycho Babble and the Consternations of Life” is existential. Others would say, even though one of the protagonist sticks a gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger, that this collection of poems and short stories is a profound statement about living.
Sky Over Presqu’ile
Poetic fragments and digital paintings by poet / photographer Richard M. Grove