Poetic Places Fredericton

Frederick Mundle



Read Frederick Mundle's poem "choo-choo train."

Placed at The Station.


Frederick Mundle received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from St. Thomas University in 1978, and a Masters of Arts in Adult Education from St. Francis Xavier soon after.  Mundle is a member of the Writer’s Federation of New Brunswick, the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN), and the Canadian Society of Children's Authors Illustrators & Performers (CANSCAIP).  A prolific and diverse writer, Mundle’s literary activities have included writing a Christian column, creating blogs, designing children’s books under the pen name babalabean, penning a series of spiritual books called Catch the Light, and writing Christian and folk rock songs.  He also hosted a Christian radio program on Quebec CHRQ radio for over ten years.  Mundle has published two poetry collections so far, Views from Apartment 301 and Faithwalkers (2015), and his poetry has appeared in many literary publications and anthologies.  Mundle was awarded the Alfred G. Bailey Prize for Poetry in 2014 by the Writer’s Federation of New Brunswick, and as a student had received the Edwin Flaherty Prize for Creative Writing from St. Thomas University in 1978. 

For More Information:

Writer’s Federation of New Brunswick: https://wfnb.ca/member_profile/frederick-mundle/ 


Selected Bibliography

Poetry Collections

Views from Apartment 301. Cambellton: CFP Concepts Inc.

Faithwalkers. Bloomington: Xlibris Publishing, 2015.

Children's Books

Sugarloaf Mountain: The Legend of the Sweet-Tooth Rascals. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015.

Atlantic Salmon: The Tale of Salty the Bright SalmonCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016.


Photo of Mr. Mundle courtesy of the Writer's Federation of New Brunswick. Frame photo credit to Billy Alexander via FreeImages.com: http://www.freeimages.com/photo/vintage-frame-7-1143890