August 12, 2016
Pleasant Days … with Stu and Crad
My basement excavations — the chaotic and ecstatic unpacking of dozens of boxes of cryogenically preserved books — recently produced a copy of a chapbook I haven’t thought about in decades. Pleasant ...
June 03, 2016
Author as Musician
I have a healthy respect for multi-disciplinary arts; from dance, literature and film, to visual art, theatre and music. Having dabbled in more than a few of these disciplines myself, in different capacities, ...
May 25, 2016
How to Get Your Book Published (No, Really)
When I asked friends what they would want to know about the literary world, the consistent response I received was: How does someone get published?A quick Google search reveals that many, many articles ...
April 05, 2016
How to Give Good Read
In a month, I will be hitting the road to tour my new book of poetry, even this page is white. In addition to trying to manage the general anxieties that arise when putting art into the world, I have ...
October 01, 2010
Agent's Corner: the Author and Agent’s New Best Friend: the Freelance Publicist
Literary Agent Samantha Haywood discusses the benefits of working with a freelance publicist. Writers, readers, Samantha would love to answer your questions. Please post them in the 'Post a comment' section ...
March 07, 2010
Four Oonline Canadian Literary Journals You Should Know About
It seems not too long ago that online literary journals were poor cousins to their established counterparts in print. In the age of dial-up connections and primitive web design, when almost everyone had ...