Daniel Lockhart is the author of several books of poetry, including Devil in the Woods (Brick Books, 2019) and Gravel Lot That Was Montana (Mansfield Press, 2018). He currently acts as publisher of Urban Farmhouse Press and poetry editor of The Windsor Review. He is a Turtle Clan member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation and lives at Waawiiyaatanong, lands most often known as Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, Michigan.
This week ALU Read the Provinces rolled on with eight more authors and books to discover. Cozy up this weekend with our interviews and picks!
At All Lit Up we know Canadian books to be compelling, genre-bending, out-of-the-box literature that we love to share. That's why all January long we're bringing you interviews with authors from every province and just about every territory along with excerpts from their books. ... Read more
After the first week of back-to-school hustle, you deserve a break! Head into the weekend with one of these recommended reads that are so hot off the presses, it'll feel like July all over again.
This week we took to the patio again for a bookclub discussion of Missy Marston's Bad Ideas (ECW Press), chatted with Bindu Suresh about writer's block, played casting director with Sally Cooper's With My Back to the World, and read The Nap-Away Motel, a debut novel that's The ... Read more
This week we contemplated decolonization and Indigenous Poetics with an essay from D.A. Lockart, introduced our August #alubookclub pick, armchair explored some Canadian trails, and queued up a Spotify playlist.
Let’s start with where my thought process begins. I am waiting in a sun-baked parking lot at the edge of the Leamington, Ontario ferry dock. July heat is cooking the rows of cars and trucks around me. Around us, Waabishkiigo Gchigami is lightly rolling waves into shore and ... Read more
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