Books written by Christian McPherson

One Poem

Now or Never Publishing Company | October 15, 2017 | 95 pages
If you could write only one poem, what would it be? What should it say? Christian McPherson's One Poem explores these questions and by doing so delves into a self-examination of the artistic process, what it means to be an artist, and the expectations placed upon the artist. His exploration takes... More Info

The Sun Has Forgotten Where I Live

Not Avail | April 15, 2011 | 134 pages
The poems in this collection are snapshots of suburban fatherhood, philosophical musings on our limited temporal existence, and rants about an absurd world. McPherson reflects the world back to us as if we were seeing it through a series of wonky carnival ride mirrors. Sometimes the images are so... More Info

Cube Squared

September 1, 2013 | 256 pages
McPherson finds more humour in the misadventures of a struggling computer programmer/wannabe writer.  More Info

My Life in Pictures

Now or Never Publishing Company | April 15, 2013 | 181 pages
The prose poems of My Life in Pictures are about the life and times of Canadian poet and novelist, Christian McPherson. He runs his own narrative through a film projector and what illuminates onto the page is a poignant coming of age story, along with the harrowing trails of dealing with a mentally... More Info

Six Ways to Sunday

Harbour Pub Co | April 15, 2007 | 179 pages
Dirty pool halls, greasy restaurants, suburban skateboarder showdowns, and dangerous drug dens-some things in life just aren't very subtle.  More Info

The Cube People

October 15, 2010 | 272 pages
Christian McPherson's debut novel The Cube People pokes fun at government cubicle culture through the life and times of a struggling computer programmer/novelist wannabe. McPherson surrounds his protagonist, Colin MacDonald, with a cast of screwball characters while he toils away at his government... More Info