Saturday, September 20, 2014
Rae Armantrout is interviewed by Kaveh Akbar over at divedapper; Gary Barwin has some new visual poems over at NewPoetry (check out his writer-in-residence office hours and upcoming reception and reading/performance here); Lisa Robertson writes on Nicole Brossard, newly translated and posted up at Lemonhound; Megan Kaminski has four new poems in the New Orleans Review; and we didn't know until now that Stephen Brockwell had a poem up at Porkopolis.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
As part of her tenure as September's Writer-in-Residence over at Open Book: Toronto, Ottawa poet Sandra Ridley has composed a three-part interview post "on the handmade," posting interviews with Phil Hall, Christine McNair and Jennifer Still, asking each of them questions on the physical act of producing literary and non-literary works.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Brecken Hancock gets a glowing review in the LA Review of Books; Amanda Earl participates in the Canadian Writers Poets Blog Tour over at her blog, as does Anita Dolman; Carrie Olivia Adams has a book trailer preview posted at Poetry Seen; Megan Kaminski has new work in issue #11 of Smoking Glue Gun, as does Joshua Marie Wilkinson; and Rae Armantrout is featured on the Poetry International Rotterdam website.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Ryan Pratt reviews Eric Baus' THE RAIN OF THE ICE (2014) and Emily Ursuliak's Braking and Blather (2014)
Ryan Pratt was good enough to review Eric Baus' THE RAIN OF THE ICE (2014) here and Emily Ursuliak's Braking and Blather (2014) here in separate posts over at the ottawa poetry newsletter. Thanks, Ryan!
Monday, September 8, 2014
I was recently interviewed over at The Review Review on ottawater (with some input from designer Tanya Sprowl-Martelock) and Touch the Donkey. Apparently there wasn't space to talk about all the rest of them: seventeen seconds: a journal of poetry and poetics, or The Peter F. Yacht Club, etcetera.
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Hailey Higdon has a recent piece up at Coldfront; Megan Kaminski picks another "song of the week" over at Coldfront as well; Emily Carr has new work in the August 2014 issue of Front Porch; Seth Landman has some new work over in NOO Journal #15; Jenna Butler has a short piece on the CBC website on why one should never write in a vacuum; and forthcoming above/ground press author Elizabeth Robinson responds to Where Do You Write, My Lovely?
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Pearl Pirie took the leap, and responded to interview questions over at Poets Touching Trees. Not that long ago, rob mclennan also answered questions through the same series, as did kevin mcpheron eckhoff and a whole slew of others. Who might be next?