The Great Black North Anthology, Susan Glickman’s, Ken Babstock’s… Anita Lahey’s. Rita Ann Higgins’ Bunches and bunches, McKay, Owen, Ross Mortiz, McNair, Ross Simpson, Ross, Winger
The 7pm was sponsored by Voice of Venus. The features were: Luna Allison and Lady Katalyst. Luna Allison I’ve heard 3 times this year but each time is different, even when the set list has some overlaps. Part of that is the energy in the room, intimate room vs. cavernous space, small group vs crowded, […]
With 6 poets reading, by the next day, the first poet of the night is a week or two of information ago. When on the weekend that goes up to 9 or so over 10 hours,…hm, should be interesting to wrangle. Some people come for one event each day, some for all. There’s many ways […]
A circle of chat of Mike, Kevin and Max before the official opening of VERSeFest Day 1. And some Arc book table sales. Apparently the main book table sold out of copies of Mark Tredinnick’s book in the first break before he even read. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Rusty and David were among […]
If you’re fuzzy about when and warm and funny about what, here’s a reminder: VERSeFest starts March 12! That’s tomorrow with Emilie Zoey Baker, Rob Winger, Mark Tredinnick, Luna Allison, Steven Price and Kay’la Fraser. Each day is packed with goodness. Tickets online in advance and at the door!
There’s a new journal on the block: Amodern 1: The Future of the Scholarly Journal with articles from “the famous journal Explorations, co-edited by Marshall McLuhan and Edmund Carpenter in the 1950s” to the new ” ecology of scholarship (books, journals, conferences, websites, tweets, etc.), raising the question of how journals should focus their efforts […]
It’s almost all announced. VERSeFest is rolling out its poets, more schedule of the second half, including a grand finale Sunday is now online. There’s also a 6 minute short of VERSeFest in video which captures some clips of participants on both sides of the stage from 2012.
Survey results of book buying habits said in part: The [500 survey] respondents said they discovered books in both physical bookstores and in online bookstores, with the online venue being more important (39% as opposed to 32%), but they were twice as likely to purchase the books online. This suggests to me that the phenomenon […]