W.B. MacDonald

W.B. MacDonald is a poet, writer, and historian. His poems have appeared in The Malahat Review and Quarry. In 1997 he won THIS Magazine’s National Poetry Contest for ‘i like your parents’ liquor store, baby’. His poem collections include Heroes and No Seeing Like Hearing. He runs Invisible Hand Legacy Books Inc., a creator and publisher of histories for families, businesses, and organizations. He lives with his wife and their two sons in Crescent Beach, British Columbia.