Award-Winning Canadian Poet’s Prized Collection Highlights Her Life, Times, and Works

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Author’s poetry book to be featured at this year’s BookExpo America in New York

Highly acclaimed for her works because of their richness, depth, and essence, multi-awarded poet Daphne Molson brings forth a brilliant anthology that showcases her award-winning poems, family history and genealogy, and personal life story. Readers are sure to enjoy With Love To Humanity, her collection of engaging poetic pieces and prose that offers them a glimpse of the author as a poet, as a person, and as an artist.

Four chapters worth of the author’s life and works, concisely but interestingly presented, await readers in the pages of this book. First, she gives a brief biography from her birth to her international acclamation, and some poems of her life and times, family, friends, and city. Second, she renders verses for the new millennium and the 21st century through haiku, hokku, and haikai no renga poetry. Third, she groups into one chapter compelling poems on war and peace. And last, her miscellaneous poems on various themes are clustered.

With Love To Humanity is an astounding collection that brings forth not only rhymes, rhythm, resonance, and metaphor, but also the mind, heart, and spirit of the poet-author herself.

This book will be featured at the 2011 BookExpo America in New York City, NY on May 26-28, 2011. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to

About the Author
Madame Daphne Jane Rogers Molson is a Canadian; a Poetry Laureate Programme Diploma graduate poet laureate of the International Library of Poetry, Owings Mills, Maryland. She’s a multibillionaire editor; Howard Ely’s, Editor’s Choice Awarded, Most Prestigious Published Poet Scholar; and an elite 2006 International Who’s Who Golden Poet Award Winner of his 24kt gold medallion and pin, Issue Number 1013, given to her for creating the most extraordinary contributions of poetic literacy to The International Who’s Who In Poetry he introduced her to. His Watermark Press acclaimed her from 1997 to 2009 in ILP, luxury hardbound anthologies, and Sound of Poetry discs and tapes. She was invited from 1999 to 2009 to International Society of Poets Conventions she attended. Her pleasant poems have forms of Japanese haiku-hokku, haikai no renga natures that describe events, thoughts on life, death, war, peace, children, kingdom, marriage, love, Senator Molson, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. She has twenty-five years been a sponsored, sponsoring, member, multi-medium artist. Her father’s lot, the Rogers, owned a famous Peterborough Canoe Company that is preserved in the Canadian Canoe Museum. They also built two world famous hydraulic lift locks and Trent-Severn Waterway. They were Queens and Kings Militia, Rogers Rangers, who won the American Revolution and the Battle of Abraham Plains in 1759, with British General Wolfe. She’s a United Empire Loyalist family member. She married Tom Molson of John Molson, Molson Coors Companies lot, and gave him a son, George Molson, who is a computer technologist. She can be found at on the Internet.

With Love To Humanity * by Daphne Molson
Publication Date: July 7, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 195 pages; 978-1-4535-1227-2

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