For One Night and One Night Only: 5 Ottawa poets who launched earlier during the pandemic: Susan Atkinson, Jacqueline Bourque, Conyer Clayton, Doris Fiszer and Deborah-Anne Tunney. Books available for sale on site.
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How did I meet Roland? On the page, over and over. We met face-to-face just once but I had and have followed his concrete and experimental haiku in journals for years. He has a refreshing take on things. For example, q ant m from Wayfarers outlastingeveryone she loved –heartwood Tinywords Or this one at is/let. […]
About a month ago at periodicities, Phil Hall mused on reviews, “the absence of negative reviews might be why we are coming to have no reviews at all… What if I wrote one generic blurb with blank spaces for each new author’s name and book title—this would undermine the intent of having a blurb on […]
The press release is out. The Nelson Ball Poetry Prize longlist has been announced. From about 100 submissions, my little chapbook made this cut with some very fine chapbooks and books, Lines – Cameron Anstee (St. Andrew Books) Undoing Hours – Selina Boan (Nightwood Editions) wind – Guy Ewing (Puddles of Sky Press) a grain of sand – Helen […]