The House That Stands

Poems by Stefan Rose

[$10.00 | 978-1895-488-371 | poetry].

The House That Stands [cover]

A tribute in twenty-two poems to the Mount Allison University residence Trueman House which was converted into the Wallace McCain Student Centre in 2008.

Stefan Rose was born in Leeds, England and emigrated to Moncton, New Brunswick, in 1977. He graduated from Mount Allison University with an Engineering Certificate (1987), Bachelor of Science (1989), and Bachelor of Fine Arts (1991), and presently resides with his wife, Laura De Decker, in Waterloo, Ontario.

Stefan is an artist interested in creative and documentary forms, using photography, videography, and poetry. He is documentary photographer for the Open Ears Festival of Music and Sound, and for New Adventures in Sound Art, and uses a large-format banquet camera among others for his creative work. Stefan has exhibited his photographs in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and has received a New Brunswick Arts Award and the Equinox Emerging Artist Video Award.

This book is typeset in Lanston Garamont, printed offset on Rolland Zephyr Antique Laid paper, and folded and gathered to make 32 pages, 14 × 28 cm. It is saddle stiched, bound between paper covers and enfolded in a paper jacket. Alcuin Book design award winner for poetry books 2009.