God Has Many Names and other poems by Kenneth Lumpkin

Now in its 2nd edition with added poem formerly expurgated from 1st edition. American/Canadian poetry celebrating the search for spiritual meaning and resulting laughter and tears amidst life’s every day trials and tribulations. Ken’s other books include: “Gather the Ashes”, “Song of Ramapough: A Poetics of Place” and “Love Lake” Available on Amazon Barnes &…

Now in its 2nd edition with added poem formerly expurgated from 1st edition. American/Canadian poetry celebrating the search for spiritual meaning and resulting laughter and tears amidst life’s every day trials and tribulations. Ken’s other books include: “Gather the Ashes”, “Song of Ramapough: A Poetics of Place” and “Love Lake”
Available on Amazon Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Kenneth Lumpkin, a poet, educator and anthropologist lives in London, Ontario with his wife, Kim. His other books include: “Gather Ashes”, winner of the 1984 Louis Ginsberg Fellowship from the Chaucer Guild, “Song of Ramapough, A Poetics of Place”, 2016 and “Love Lake”, 2017.

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