H.W. BRYCE - REVIEW – I ONCE WAS LOST BUT NOW AM FOUNDBY RENEE DRUMMOND - BROWN & NANCY NDEKE
H. W. Bryce is the author of Chasing a Butterfly (Friesen Press 2017) and his poetry appears in anthologies in Canada, the US, India, Bolivia and Spain. His poetry has appeared in poetry journals, such as the Ekphrastic Review and Neworld Review. Bryce also served as one of the judges for the Rabindranath Tagore International English Poetry Competition, 2017, India. With a degree in English and Journalism, Bryce is a member of the Federation of BC Writers, and several poetry societies. He frequents numerous poetry groups, does readings, and has been featured on radio. Bryce continues to advocate against Alzheimer’s and does poetry readings as well as workshops at care homes. He blogs at
H. W. Bryce turned to poetry in a big way when his wife was slowly dying with Alzheimer’s and he was sinking into that deep pool called depression. “Dr. Poetry” rescued him and nursed him back to health. He is now a full-time poet and writer. Bryce is a former journalist with Canada’s Globe and Mail and The Hamilton Spectator as well as the Worthing Herald in England. He has been a book editor, with Hamlyn House in London and Hancock House in Surrey, British Columbia. He has also been a sometime teacher, and a courier. He lives in the Metro Vancouver area, Canada.
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