Archive for January, 2011

February 8th, 2011

This event will feature poets who have yet to be published in book form.

Renovated sonnets. Modernism refurbished. Long form. Perhaps even Walt Whitman, interrogated.

Tuesday, February 8th @ The Ossington (61 Ossington Avenue, Toronto,ON) 6:30-9:30

Fenn Stewart

Fenn Stewart

Fenn Stewart’s work has appeared in The Capilano Review, and more is forthcoming, in Open Letter, this Spring.

Zarmina Rafi is from Lahore, Pakistan. She has a B.A. from McGill University, Montreal, and a M.A. from Concordia University, Montreal. She writes in Urdu and English, and is presently working on a long poem about Muslim girlhood. She has previously worked as an editor and educator, and is the recipient of the Chester McNaughten Prize for Creative Writing (2004), Summer Writing Scholarship at the University of Edinburgh (2005), and the Humber School for Writers Summer Scholarship (2010).

David Peter Clark

David Peter Clark is attempting to exist, and is currently scouring the realms of poetry for possible portals.  He is merrily falling apart if anything at all. He can promise ghosts, but not his own attendance. He wants you to eat well.


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