Exciting news at Apt. 9 Press: Christine McNair has been shortlisted for the 2014 bpNichol Chapbook Award. Read all about it here. Congratulations Christine!
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Recent Acquisitions | October 2013
Ball, Nelson and Barbara Caruso. Points of Attention. Toronto: Weed/Flower Press, 1971. I’ve coveted this book for years now, and finally have a copy on my shelf. Points of Attention was published in 1971 as a collaboration between Barbara Caruso and Nelson Ball in a tiny edition of 50 copies. Typesetting was done at CoachContinue reading “Recent Acquisitions | October 2013”
July/August Reading Miscellany
In between course work reading and comp reading, I’ve managed to find a bit of time for pleasure reading in the last couple months. Here are some incomplete notes on what I’ve been enjoying. — Mark Truscott. Said Like Reeds or Things. Toronto ON: Coach House Books, 2004. I found Mark Truscott’s Said Like ReedsContinue reading “July/August Reading Miscellany”
Review: Notes from a Cartywheel by Christine McNair
[Originally published at Ottawa Poetry Newsletter, 26 November 2011] Notes From A Cartywheel Christine McNair Ottawa: AngelHousePress, November 2011 A cartwheel is a strange thing. It implies movement but also return. It is cyclical. It is repetition with change. One arrives somewhere familiar but not quite the same as where one started. The cartwheel, orContinue reading “Review: Notes from a Cartywheel by Christine McNair”