How to get your memoir on? On the air with Brecken Hancock talking about this and more. Brecken Hancock’s poetry, essays, interviews, and reviews have appeared inLemon Hound, The Globe & Mail, Hazlitt, Studies in Canadian Literature, and on the site Canadian Women in the Literary Arts. Her first book of poems,Broom Broom (Coach House, 2014), was named […]
This Thursday I’ll be talking with a couple of the poets in Ottawater which launches annual issue 11 Fri Oct 30th. Catherine Brunet is a high school teacher in the Ottawa Valley. Her poetry and short fiction have been published in Arc, Prairie Fire, Grain, The Literary Review of Canada, The New Quarterly, The Dalhousie […]
Tonight at 6:30pm on Literary Landscapes: two poets livestreamed or on playback at CKCU 93.1fm. Tracie Morris is my first guest this evening. She’s at AB Series, Jan 15th The Ottawa Art Gallery | La Galerie d’art d’Ottawa 2 Daly Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6E2 8pm-9:30pm. Tracie presents her work extensively as a poet, performer […]
Coming up at 6:30pm on 93.1fm: Mia Morgan. “Mia is a voracious reader and writer, and is currently completing her degree in English Literature and Philosophy. She’s got a place in her heart for Modern poetry, small press, and fancy sandwiches. She is the former Editor-in-Chief of the Ottawa Arts Review, and former host of […]
The station can’t track how many people listen to the radio over the radio waves, but if you play the podcast afterwards at the site, it can tell how many plays there were. Guess what name kept re-occurring in the top 10 broadcasts heard on-demand at station over the last 6 months at CKCU? Literary […]
Time attracts no fruit flies. pesbo has been going since August 2005. Next year it turns double digitals. But Literary Landscape turns 18 next year! It can’t vote yet but you can. This isn’t the Ottawa election. Voting with your wallet is allowed. Want to support the show? $10 minimum gets an income tax receipt. […]
It’s gearing up. Privately owned radio comes from private citizens.
New at LitLand if you missed it tonight, a conversation with Wanda Praamsma, who has a new book called a thin line between (BookThug, 2014) where she talks about her book, the long poem and about rooting the external in the internal. She writes at www.whywandawrites.com She is reading with the next station call of […]