James Lindsay is the author of Our Inland Sea and the chapbook Ekphrasis! Ekphrasis! He is the co-founder of Pleasence Records and works in book publishing. He lives in Toronto, Canada.
If you're in Toronto this week, IFOA's Battle of the Bards is like a pregame for April's poetry month! And if you're not, don't worry - there's a lot going on in Hamilton, Montreal and Vancouver, too.
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Unlike that lazy groundhog, Canada-wide reading series are crawling out of their winter hidey-holes early to bring you great poets and novelists to listen to this week.
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Watch a funnel cloud pick a fight with a Ferris wheel! Learn how to wrangle yeti! Meet the genius who realized windows are the opposite of mirrors! Like a carnival barker or the emcee at a freak show, James Lindsay’s debut poetry collection calls attention to marvels and oddities. ... Read more
It’s been quite an exciting year for indie publishers in Canada; three of five Giller Prize-nominated books on this year’s shortlist were published by indies (congratulations to Biblioasis and Coach House Books!) and André Alexis won that prize, plus the Rogers’ Writer’s ... Read more
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