Mini Musings

By Keith Garebian

Mini Musings
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Inspired by American playwright Sarah Ruhl?s 100 Essays I Don?t Have Time to Write, his book is a series of miniature reflections, meditations, and ruminations on subjects encompassing matters of theatre and poetry, two subjects very close to Garebian?s heart. The titles alone ... Read more


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Inspired by American playwright Sarah Ruhl?s 100 Essays I Don?t Have Time to Write, his book is a series of miniature reflections, meditations, and ruminations on subjects encompassing matters of theatre and poetry, two subjects very close to Garebian?s heart. The titles alone speak to the little book?s uniqueness: Watching Your Father Die on Stage, Do Actors Love the Audience? Filthy Shakespeare, Great Roles Can Be Cannibalistic, Japanese Death Poems, Poetry and Persian Wrestling, What Story Does Poetry Tell? Armenian Poetry, and Can There Be Poetry After Donald Trump? Perceptive, witty, and intimate, the mini musings bubble with a sense of wonder, excitement, and intimacy. A vibrant, provocative series of mini musings that also affords insight into a particular artistic sensibility as several pieces are really slices of memoir and autobiography.

Keith Garebian

Keith Garebian (son of an Armenian father and Anglo-Indian mother) was born in Bombay, India, and immigrated to Canada in 1961. Following his PhD in Canadian and Commonwealth Literature from Queen's University, he began his freelance career as literary and theatre critic, producing over two dozen books, two chapbooks, and hundreds of articles, features, interviews, and reviews. A resident of Mississauga, he has won numerous nominations and awards, including the William Saroyan Medal (Armenia) and four Mississauga Arts Awards.

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