Cameron Anstee is interviewed at Ottawalife ““I can support writers that haven’t published very much yet, or I can chase down people that haven’t published in years. I’ve worked with heroes of mine; I’ve helped see first chapbooks into print. I couldn’t ask for a more rewarding experience.” The tribute to Paul Dutton is up […]
One for the eyes, Clean Sails by Gustave Morin is coming this fall, Gustave Morin has gathered up dozens of typewriters on their so–called dying legs, modified several of them with the addition of hand–crafted custom typeheads and, by driving these jalopies to the very limits of their capabilities, wrenched from them one last spin […]
Look what’s the header photo at the Kitchissippi Times twitter feed this week. Now my book’s on Kindle. That’s a first for me. $10 from the evil empire, or $13 as ePub or ePdf from the publishers in superhero spandex. Or from them, $21 bundled with the paperbound radish. And reviews are starting.
Dreamland, issue 5, is launching at Page Boy Books in Prince George, BC. My first ever published short story will be in it. The readings to launch the issue are at 7 PM, Saturday, March 21st. For those of you who are westward.
This poem is now in translation to Arabic in Jordan. Ali Znaidi of Tunisia. It was published on December 9, 2014 in a respectable electronic cultural newspaper based in Jordan. It is called, in Arabic, Qaba Qaosayn (The name of the newspaper is translated into English as At Two Bow’s Length). The poem is here […]
Ottawa writer Deborah-Anne Tunney has a short story collection coming this fall. Enter at GoodReads to win a copy of The View from the Lane. Also this fall: a call for Making Contact: Circulating Small and Micro Press Poetry in Canada organized by Cameron Anstee. There’s also calls for postmodernism, Women Writing North by Alana […]
New Thinking on Digital Book Pricing – BookNet 101 – Nathan Maharaj. Fascinating stuff. 2/3 of Kobo books 3 months after purchase were never opened. Charts of anonymized top selling books compared for open-rate, completion rate, and number of reads it takes to either finish or give up. And he shows cost per hour of […]
Yesterday’s Sneha & I were onClick Here with Mitchell Caplan. You can listen at that link. Did you see Michael Jacobson’s asemic piece at NationalPoetryMonth.ca? Here’s a whole gallery of asemic writing The New Post-literate “I publish a piece in order to kill it, so that I won’t have to fool around with it any […]