Posts Tagged: Canada

Virtual Reading 12/06

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
I hope you’ll join us on Monday, December 6th, for a transatlantic virtual poetry reading! There will be new poetry, hot off the press, followed by a Q&A. Us, that’ll be Samuel Ugbechie and…

Virtual Reading 12/06

Originally posted on Annette C. Boehm:
I hope you’ll join us on Monday, December 6th, for a transatlantic virtual poetry reading! There will be new poetry, hot off the press, followed by a Q&A. Us, that’ll be Samuel Ugbechie and…

Red Fires of the Mind (Anne Carson)

Let me tell you about two books I really love, both by Canadian poet Anne Carson: red doc> (2013) and Autobiography of Red (1998). Are there many little boys who think they are a / Monster? But in my case

Red Fires of the Mind (Anne Carson)

Let me tell you about two books I really love, both by Canadian poet Anne Carson: red doc> (2013) and Autobiography of Red (1998). Are there many little boys who think they are a / Monster? But in my case

cats & dogs on literature (get fuzzy)

i do love it when several of my favorite things come together… in this case, it’s get fuzzy and creative writing. there are a few more that are more focused on fiction, and there are a couple that would work well

cats & dogs on literature (get fuzzy)

i do love it when several of my favorite things come together… in this case, it’s get fuzzy and creative writing. there are a few more that are more focused on fiction, and there are a couple that would work well

I have forgotten who I am (excerpt)

I have forgotten who I amthis has happened beforeI will have to consult my notesrecollect my agethe names of Godre-map the moles and scarsconstellating the body of my son (Jan Horner)________________ there, that last image. i think it’s genius. the

I have forgotten who I am (excerpt)

I have forgotten who I amthis has happened beforeI will have to consult my notesrecollect my agethe names of Godre-map the moles and scarsconstellating the body of my son (Jan Horner)________________ there, that last image. i think it’s genius. the