An Interview With Dave Margoshes on apart, an Anthology by the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild

 •  August 11

Apart: A Year of Pandemic Poetry and Prose is a splendid new anthology published by the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild. The 240-page book contains...

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I Cheer With Fists In The Air: Hannah Macready Interviews Alexis Pooley

 •  July 21

Photo by Devon Curtis "I’ve been told that Andrew is dying. They say he’s probably been sick for a long time to grow a tumour that big, maybe...

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Flowers in the Concrete: Hannah Macready Interviews Christina Shah

 •  May 11

Christina Shah was born in Ottawa, lives in Vancouver, and works in heavy industry. Her poetry has also appeared in The...

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The Shadow Element: Rob Taylor Interviews Terry Ann Carter

 •  October 21

Terry Ann Carter is the author of six collections of long form poetry, two haiku guidebooks, and five haiku chapbooks. She has edited four haiku...

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(Virtual) Fall Reading Series: Tawahum Bige

 •  October 7

Łutselk'e Dene, Plains Cree, Two-Spirit, & Nonbinary poet, Tawahum Bige resides on unceded Musqueam/Tsleil-Waututh/Squamish territory. Featured...

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(Virtual) Fall Reading Series: Jane Eaton Hamilton

 •  September 30

Jane Eaton Hamilton is the author of 9 books of CNF, memoir, fiction and poetry, including the 2016 novel WEEKEND, and two prior collections of...

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(Virtual) Fall Reading Series: Rose Cullis

 •  September 23

Rose Cullis is a queer writer/educator living in Toronto on Treaty 13 territory (she/her/they/their). She recently won third place in Event...

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(Virtual) Fall Reading Series: John Elizabeth Stintzi

 •  September 16

John Elizabeth Stintzi is the recipient of the 2019 Bronwen Wallace Award for Emerging Writers, and their work has appeared in The Malahat...

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From Issue 48/3: UTØYA by John Barton

 •  May 28

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To Reach Each Other With Love: Rob Taylor interviews Shazia Hafiz Ramji

 •  May 21

Secret Playground I didn't tell you of the handsthat led the Internet cableinto the sea,that they were brownor that I was thinkingof rows of...

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