this week’s reading-aloud list is comprised of works-in-progress and works-seeking-publication. tuesday: my body’s physically inhabited by jordan scott’s blert; his ryerson reading featured new poem “fable” with its zebra-finches beating […]
* Bjork * Sonic Youth * Red Hot Chili Peppers * the Arcade Fire * Travis * Rage Against The Machine * Manu Chao Radio Bemba Sound System * Air […]
“He didn’t know what to do.He grew scared because he didn’t know what to do.He forgot he didn’t know what to do.He went back inside the hut.You couldn’t tell the […]
Wide slumber for lepidopterists recently appeared in Torontoist‘s Love/Hate 2006: Reading as a book that befriended Sharon Harris in 2006.
my neighbourhood’s notorious for sprouting new stores every few weeks. during a recent wander along dundas west, conor, jordan, and i stumbled upon the monkey’s paw. this used bookstore features […]
Alixandra Bamford reviews W I D E R: rarities and remixes for mapleleaf poem.
Josh Massey reviews Wide slumber for lepidopterists and Sherwin Tjia’s The world is a heartbreaker in the Antigonish Review, Issue 147.