In Review: The Week of April 9th

April 14, 2018

This week Poetry Cure gave us puns, bookish self-care tips, Yoda-like writing advice, museums of kindness, and 'grammable poetry.

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On the Blog

Our second weekly dose of Poetry Cure gave us interviews and poems from

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~ Alison Dyer & I'd Write the Sea Like a Parlour Game (Breakwater Books)

~ Mallory Tater & This Will Be Good (Book*hug)

~ Susan Elmslie & The Museum of Kindness (Brick Books)

~ Robin Dyke & Lasting, Leaving, Left (Promontory Press)

Jónína Kirton & page as bone – ink as blood (Talonbooks)

 

 

 

 

 

Around the Web

~ The stranger-than-fiction story of four teens who stole rare books in 2004 was obviously ripe for a Hollywood action-comedy.

~ Rule # 1 of book lending: dog-ear at your own risk. Electric Lit gives us a list of book-lending rules.

~ The case for the empowering princess story for women and femmes of colour has us royally fascinated.

 

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What Else We're Reading

Tan is reading Terri Favro's Once Upon a Time in West Toronto from Inanna Publications.

 

 

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