Poetry Cure: National Poetry Month

March 21, 2018

Last year we raised our poetic fists for National Poetry Month with Poets Resist, a month-long celebration of poetry as a form of resistance. This year, we're taking a deep breath and preserving our collective strength with Poetry Cure, a series dedicated to poetry as a mode of healing. Every day on All Lit Up, we'll chat with a different poet and share a poem that we hope will be a little breath of fresh air as you move through your day. Plus, sign up for our Daily Poetry Cure newsletter and get a poem delivered to your inbox every day for the whole month. So go ahead and check out our cool, fresh line-up of poets coming your way starting on April 2.

 

 

 

 

 

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During the month of April, you can buy any of our featured Poetry Cure books for 15% off (+ get a free notebook to jot down your moments of reflection). 

 

April 2: Lorna Crozier and What the Soul Doesn't Want (Freehand Books) l Feature

April 3: Lesley Belleau and Indianland (ARP Books) l Feature

April 4: Rob Taylor and The News (Gaspereau Press) l Feature

April 5: Catherine Graham and The Celery Forest (Wolsak and Wynn) l Feature

April 6: Pino Coluccio and Class Clown (Biblioasis) l Feature

April 9: Alison Dyer and I'd Write the Sea Like a Parlour Game (Breakwater Books) l Feature

April 10: Mallory Tater and This Will Be Good (Book*hug) l Feature

April 11: Susan Elmslie and The Museum of Kindness (Brick Books) l Feature

April 12: Robin Dyke and Lasting, Leaving, Left (Promontory Press) l Feature

April 13: Jónína Kirton and page as bone - ink as blood (Talonbooks) l Feature

April 16: Patrick Friesen and Songen (Mother Tongue Publishing) l Feature

April 17: Cameron Anstee and Book of Annotations (Invisible Publishing) l Feature

April 18: Kate Braid and Elemental (Caitlin Press) l Feature

April 19: Max Layton and Like (Guernica Editions) l Feature

April 20: Joelle Barron and Ritual Lights (Goose Lane Editions) l Feature

April 23: Clementine Morrigan and The Size of a Bird (Inanna Publications) l Feature

April 24: Jonathan Bennett and Happinesswise (ECW Press) l Feature

April 25: (In memory of) Sharron Proulx-Turner and creole métisse of french canada, me (Kegedonce Press) l Feature

April 26: Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha and Bodymap (Mawenzi House) l Feature

 

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Keep up with us all month on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook with the hashtag #ALUpoetrycure!

 


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