Frank Davey has been pushing at expanding what poetry can do since helping launch Vancouver’s Tish poetry newsletter in 1961 and publishing D-Day and After—described by James Reaney as appearing to have been written by his typewriter—in 1962. Along the way he has published more than thirty poetry books, most recently aka bpNichol, a biography of poet bpNichol, and the artist’s book Spectres of London Ont. Other books have included The Abbotsford Guide to India (1986), winner of the 1987 Canadian Publishers Association Writers Choice Award, Postcard Translations (1988) and Bardy Google (2010). Frank lives in London, Ontario.