February 08, 2018
Debut Poet Mallory Tater on Dionne Brand, Her "Almost" File, & How Poems End
Mallory Tater's debut collection of poetry This Will be Good (Book*hug) delves into the push and pull between the feminine body and disordered eating - not only the tension and pain of that experience, ...
January 05, 2018
"Poems are Like People When it Comes to Goodbyes": Talking with Debut Poet Margo LaPierre
If you've ever worn make up, you know what raccoon eyes are - the result of smearing dark eye make up across your face, the telltale sign of a night out that went either way too well or quite the opposite.The ...
January 31, 2017
Poets in Profile: February Writer-in-Residence Dane Swan
We're excited to introduce our February 2017 writer-in-residence, Dane Swan, whose most recent book, A Mingus Lullaby (Guernica Editions), is a fascinating poetic examination of musician, composer ...
August 18, 2016
Poets in Profile: Vivek Shraya
Multi-talented and multi-genre artist and musician Vivek Shraya is running out of debuts — she has tackled short fiction and the novel and now she's completing her literary hat trick with a gorgeous, ...
July 27, 2016
Poets in Profile: Sean Braune
Poet and academic Sean Braune brings readers immediately into his new chapbook, the vitamins of an alphabet (above/ground press) with not even a capital letter to slow the entry. This energy and immediacy ...
March 16, 2016
Poets in Profile: James Lindsay
March 30, 2016 - Toronto book lovers already know James Lindsay as one of the friendly faces behind the counter at indie darling TYPE Books on Queen West, but his own acclaimed poetry has also been appearing ...
February 02, 2016
Poets in Profile: Majlinda Bashllari
Majlinda Bashllari published her first poetry collection in Albania in 2007. Less than ten years later the Toronto-based poet has released her first English language collection, Love is a very long word ...
January 29, 2016
Poets in Profile: Steve Meagher
The poems in Steven Meagher's Navy Blue (Guernica Editions) capture the late night colouring of its title — exhilarating, sharp, urban and smart. It's an insightful debut that takes on everything from ...