The uber-talented and clever Mr. Morse wrote a series of “meta-texts”looking at different themes and ideas through the lens of many different poets. It veers from writer to artist to musician and composer with a dextrous hand. Well worth a read.
you can find Mr. Morse here:
Misfit Lit Magazine, featuring Kagan as their profile author, are having an event at Cafe Deux Soleils. Kagan will present work from Surviving Samsara, a collection of short stories and poems. Budoh Dancers! A cellist! You need no more reasons.
To learn more, see his website:
Calling all poets / essayists / etc! Brilliant Vancouver publication Poetry is Dead has a new call for submissions. See the website for details:
Many thanks to Rob for his insightful and…err…well-timed questions! Read the interview at his great blog:
Here’s a brief clip of me reading from “In the Shangri-La” during the Talonbooks launch for The Monument Cycles. That is all. Yarp!
Many thanks Talonbooks, Daniel Zomparelli, and my fellow readers Wanda John-Kehewin, Dina del Bucchia and Stephen Collis, who made this tour so phenomenal. You are excellent human beings.
Mariner reading at launch, April 10 2013
Ok, trying not to come apart at the seams here – launching The Monument Cycles at the Anza Club this coming Wed 10 April at 7:30pm. Promises to be a wild event – other folks launching include Daphne Marlatt, Stephen Collis, Dina Del Bucchia, and Wanda John-Kehewin. Event details here. Would love to see you, whoever you are.
Final proofs are done! Book hits the press early next week. Actually holding breath. Check on me in a bit, please.