Sachiko Murakami is the author of four poetry collections, including The Invisibility Exhibit (shortlisted for the Governor General's Literary Award) and her latest, Render. As a literary worker, she has edited poetry, worked for trade organizations, hosted reading series, organized conferences, sat on juries, and judged prizes. She lives in Toronto.
It's #FollowFriday, and we can't think of better follow-ees than these five fantastic, Canadian book Instagram accounts, in honour of World Photo Day this August 19th.
We've got Fifteen Dogs in two Provinces, and the wonderful Sachiko Murakami at Ottawa's Tree Reading Series this week.
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Just because launch season is slowing, it's FAR from over: there's Words festival in London, plus all the great reading series and launches you could ever hope to shake a stick at (though we don't know why you would hope that, we respect your choices).
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Today we're featuring Glossolalia, a brand-new collection of poetry by Marita Dachsel. She is also the author of All Things Said & Done (Caitlin Press, 2007) and the chapbook, Eliza Roxy Snow (rednettle press, 2009). Her poetry has been shortlisted for the Robert Kroetsch Award ... Read more
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