This weekend, we explore the New York art scene, get tangled up in a series of love knots, and rage over home renovations. Pack that summer book bag and get lost...in one of our recommended reads below.
Holy Toledo: there are THREE LPG40 events coming at'cha this week in St. John's, Vancouver, and Winnipeg! Not enough? There's also IFOA going down in Toronto, and some author readings mixed in for good measure.
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available ... Read more
Today's poetry primer pick is brought to us by the letter W: W as in Warner, or Patrick Warner, and his choice for an emerging poet to watch: Shoshanna Wingate.
It’s National Poetry Month, friends! Hands up if you’re excited! Ours are definitely up, way up. 2015 marks our third annual blog series celebrating National Poetry Month but our first on All Lit Up.
Despite what's probably happening outside your window right now, it is actually May tomorrow, which means National Poetry Month is coming to an end. Poetry City reaches its conclusion pretty much as far east as we can get, in St. John's, Newfoundland. Breakwater has published ... Read more
Poetry lovers, it's that time of year once again, the most wonderful time of year... it's National Poetry Month! Pardon us for our excitement, but as a group of Canadian literary publishers that has produced 160 poetry collections over the last year alone, NPM is like Christmas, ... Read more
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