Shatter the Glass, Shards of Flame contains a wide array of narrative and confession-lyric poems written over the last fifteen years, examining the various joys and tragedies, the losses and redemptions, of the poet’s life. These poems span a diverse range of Moore’s experience, from his time in the Canadian military and on humanitarian work projects in Haiti, to travelling the storied avenues of Oxford University and working with young offenders on the hardscrabble streets of Moncton.
Shatter the Glass, Shards of Flame is now available in bookstores and online.
A poet and playwright from Ancaster, Ontario living in Moncton, New Brunswick, Gerald Arthur Moore is currently a high school teacher and rugby coach, with an employment history that includes army officer, youth care worker, and vintner. His students find it peculiar that he has never owned a cell phone.
Mr. Moore's debut collection of poetry, Shatter the Glass, Shards of Flame, is now available in bookstores and online.