Daniel Zomparelli is editor-in-chief of Poetry Is Dead magazine and recipient of the 2011 Pandora’s Collective Publishers of Magazines Award. The fourth issue of Poetry Is Dead, ?Vancouver: Influence,? was a key feature at the Vancouver 125 Poetry Conference in 2011. Zomparelli is also program coordinator for the Megaphone magazine Community Creative Writing Program, which offers free creative writing classes for low-income and homeless people. He writes for and works with several magazines across Vancouver, including Geist, Megaphone, Sad Mag, Granville Online and, formerly, Adbusters. Davie Street Translations is Zomparelli’s first book of poems.
Cue the April showers because we're ready to read cats and dogs this spring. Check out some of the books we're excited about at ALU HQ.
Featuring hand-picked selections by authors we admire for all the readers on your holiday gift list, our Gift Guide Week is as lit as it gets. Today, poet and short story writer (and maybe one of the funniest people out there), Dina Del Bucchia shares five choice titles for ... Read more
As the temperatures drop, warm your brains up with some literary happenings in your neighbourhood. If you're in Toronto, might we suggest The Puritan's Black Friday event, featuring a bevy of authors on All Lit Up?
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This week's slate of events includes the launch of Cosmophilia from the newest publisher to join us, Talonbooks! Why not warmly welcome them by heading on over to the launch? Or, welcome them in spirit by attending any of the other great ones we've got going on.
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