After extensive work in contemporary performance, Michael Springate?s interests have crystalized into a first novel that maps currents of world history as they coursed through Montreal during the first decade of the 21st century. A resident of Vancouver, his previous publications include Dog and Crow (Guernica), chronicling the relationship between Mussolini and Pound.
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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No rest for the literary, friends. This week, check out some poetry (or read your own) at the Hart House Review speakeasy in Toronto, laugh/sigh at Canadian politics with Terry Mosher in Quebec, and launch it up with Guernica Editions.
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This week in book events — celebrate the Giller Prize in style at one of the Giller Light Bashes across the country; learn more about Canada's armed forces with Susan Evans Shaw, author of Canadians at War; and celebrate the Montreal launch of The Beautiful West and the ... Read more
This week in book events: Playwrights Canada Press celebrates their thirtieth anniversary with a party in Toronto; authors K.D. Miller, Diane Schoemperlen, Ray Robertson, and Matthew Heiti (among others) get wild at Waterloo's Wild Writer's Literary Festival; in Ottawa, Chaudiere ... Read more
After extensive work in contemporary performance, Michael Springate’s interests have crystallized into a first novel that maps currents of world history as they coursed through Montreal during the first decade of the 21st century.
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