Checking in: With Jeremy Colangelo

PP: Hi Jeremy, it’s been a while. Thanks for taking the time to talk with me here.  JC: It’s always lovely to hear from you, and yes I’d be very happy to do an interview. If I remember correctly, that In/Air chapbook was the first time I’d ever published a poem professionally.  PP: That is […]

Checking in: With Stephen Bett

Stephen Bett, back in 2018, published with me the chapbook Though we are incredibly small, a minimalist linked poem. PP: What have you read lately that lit you up? Add a why or how for the shoutout. SB: I’ll try to be brief & to the point: I’ve just finished reading an interesting book of […]

Checking In: With Mary Lee Bragg

Who’s this Mary Lee Bragg? Mary Lee Bragg published the novel Shooting Angels in 2004, and has had poetry and short fiction in literary magazines and ezines in Canada and the United States. Her poetry chapbook Winter Music won the Tree Chapbook contest in 2013. Her first full collection of poetry, The Landscape That Isn’t There, was short-listed for the Archibald […]

Checking In: With Susan Glickman

Susan Glickman is an artist of words and brush. She paints, edits, teaches and writes many genres: fiction, essays of literary history, non-fiction, children’s books and poetry. She has won a whack of awards for her writing. (I can’t believe her fabulous collection from Vehicule The Smooth Yarrow is already a decade ago. Time to […]

Checking in: With Deborah-Anne Tunney

Deborah-Anne Tunney has been gaining steam on the publishing from since Where There’s Fire, 2013. The View from the Lane was her short story collection of 2014 which launched at Cube Gallery in Hintonburg. A really chic affair. She put out a novel in 2019 that I somehow missed seeing, Winter Willow. And A Different […]