Month: June 2016

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Queering Poetry: An Interview with Amber Dawn

by Daniel Zomparelli

Over the next couple of months, the Town Crier will be featuring short interviews with Canadian authors published by BC publishers, conducted by BC publishing professionals. The fifth in the series is an interview with Daniel Zomparelli of Poetry Is Dead magazine (see complete bio below) and Amber Dawn,

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Author Note: Christine Estima

by Christine Estima

Christine Estima’s story “Sarajevo Roses” was published in issue 32 of The Puritan.

Almost everything I do in life, from writing to walking to the subway in the morning, is affected by music. It’s hard not to get caught in its gravity, or its ability to pull your mood toward joy,

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More Orange: Margaret Christakos’s Her Paraphernalia

by Julie Joosten

Margaret Christakos’s multifaceted and deeply personal new book, Her Paraphernalia: On Motherlines, Sex/Blood/Loss & Selfies (Bookthug, 2016), is the inaugural title in BookThug’s Essais series. Dedicated to nonfiction that challenges traditional forms and styles of cultural enquiry, this new series offers takes on embodied criticism from unique creative minds.