Paul Savoie, Toronto, Bleu bémol (Éditions David)
Inspired by music, Bleu Bémol is composed of assonances, rhythms, musical phrases, and improvisations that outline the beginning and the end of everything that matters. Paul Savoie delves into the different dimensions of “blue”: the colour, a mood, that zone of being that enables him to pierce the gray or to go through crystal, two of the pathways that give shape to his imaginary world.
|Paul Savoie is one of Canada’s most prolific authors, writing in both French and English. Originally from Saint-Boniface, Manitoba, he has lived in Ontario since the early 1970s. He has written more than 20 works, including several collections of poetry, stories and translations. His book of poems, Crac,won the Trillium Book Award. Involved in the arts community for more than 25 years, Savoie also composes music for piano.Publisher’s link: http://editionsdavid.com/products-page/livres/bleu-bmol|