The A B Series had two events back to back on the 20th at the Ottawa Public Library. Richard Van Camp has a glowingly positive energy, on stage and off. He gave a wonderful performance, sharing stories and books. A a proud member of the Tlicho Dene, he is the author of 12 books in […]
The current issue of Kitchissippi Times gives press to the small press – the March 28 Factory Reading Series.
And back to the VERSeFest stage. Anita Dolman reading her poems. One of these was around the legacy of the past. For example, shoes that will never fit due to childhood war and being bound into too small shoes. The misshapen small-toe-details will never fit the post-war world. above/ground had a new chapbook which was […]
Barbara Langhorst, Stephen Price and Susan Glickman read at VERSeFest March 16th under the exotic dazzle of purple gel lights. Barbara Langhorst is considered in the experimental poetry camp. In her preamble she admitted that she used to about goth subjects like dead animals and didn’t key into what they wanted to say. They pointed […]
As a civilian – as opposed to those on the organizing committee or the reading series organizers – I sometimes feel as if festivals were built for me. Given the room of 30-80, or so, for each event, evidently it fit with more people than me for audience. JM Francheteau watching the show and Monty […]