Andrew Faulkner co-curates The Emergency Response Unit , a chapbook press. His poems have been published in The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2011, and his chapbook Useful Knots and How to Tie Them was shortlisted for the bpNichol Chapbook Award. He lives in Toronto."
Did you know that Thursday is the most literary day of the week? While this isn't true all the time, it certainly is this instalment: with poetry readings and open mic nights, and a "nostalgia Canadiana" at the Art Gallery of Ontario's First Thursday.
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Engaging, literary, and current has been Invisible Publishing’s mandate since day one. Started in 2006 by Robbie MacGregor, Nic Boshart and Megan Fildes, Invisible’s focus is on publishing contemporary Canadian books that are affordable and look awesome. Change is on the ... Read more
Howdy, lit-lovers! While we're sad to see a successful Ottawa VerseFEST wrap up today, there's a bevy of great book events to console you through the week.
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This past summer, George Harrison’s memorial tree was killed, notably, by beetles. Because bugs can’t eat the internet, we’ve compared the covers of LPG titles with those of the Fab Four in this unorthodox edition of cover collage. We’ve also posted the song best suited ... Read more
Emma Healey writes about a slightly self-conscious Toronto in today's poem, taken from her first full-length poetry collection, Begin with the End in Mind, published by ARP Books. Called "strange, seductive, and brainy" by Emily Schultz, Healey's collection of prose poems is ... Read more
Mathew Henderson's debut collection of poetry, The Lease, has gone gangbusters. It was published last fall by Coach House Books, and it has really struck a chord with readers everywhere. The New York Times compares Henderson to Raymond Carver; The Millions calls it "a sneakily ... Read more
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