TONIGHT my amazing co-host Sierra Skye Gemma and I are going to show our love for literature along with Dina Del Bucchia, Christopher Evans, Daniel Zomparelli, Laura Trethewey, Jim Johnstone, and Daniel Tysdal. For more about these fabulous authors, check out our Swoon Spring 2016 – Meet the Authors post on the Swoon website. AndContinue reading “Swoon Spring 2016 tonight – March 12, 7pm in Vancouver”
I’ll be performing poems at this amazing event! See you there?
The launch date for the launch of City Series: Number One – Vancouver has now been set! Save the date for Monday, June 29th at 6:30pm, and come on out to the Vancouver Art Gallery Café for snacks, early-evening sunshine, and poetry! I’ll be reading my poems from the anthology as well as a coupleContinue reading “June 29th Launch of The City Series: number one – Vancouver”
I recently had the opportunity to read as part of the issue five launch of Dreamland, a start-up magazine edited by Jeremy Stewart and published out of my hometown, Prince George. I was delighted to be able to participate! Jeremy started us off by reading from his forthcoming work and a selection from his new chapbook, NormalContinue reading “A Poetry Reading in Dreamland”
I’m so pleased to confirm that I will be hosting the next event for Swoon along with Sierra Skye Gemma, on November 15, 7pm, at Trees Coffee! The author announcement will be posted in the next week or so, but I can reassure you that we have an absolutely fantastic set of new Swooners forContinue reading “Save the Date for November 15 – Swoon Fall 2014!”
Echolocation, a beautiful annual magazine produced by graduate English students at the University of Toronto, just published its fourteenth issue, and I am pleased to announce that within its pretty pages are two new poems by me! The launch of issue 14 is happening next week, on Thursday, October 23, at 7:30pm EDT in Toronto. InContinue reading “Echolocation, Issue 14 Launch”
I had an amazing time at WORD Vancouver on Sunday, September 28! It would have been hard not to, though, because we couldn’t have asked for better weather. What an incredibly gorgeous, sunshiny autumn day! The first things that I did when I got there was sign-in and collect my nametag. I was excited toContinue reading “Geeking out at WORD Vancouver”
It’s less than two weeks until WORD Vancouver, and I’m so excited to share my poems with you. If you’re excited about the festival, too, there are a couple things you can do to spread your excitement, especially if you are favourably inclined to social media. You can like the WORD Vancouver page on FacebookContinue reading “Come out to WORD Vancouver Festival on Sunday, September 28!”