Shazia Hafiz Ramji: Two Poems

Shazia Hafiz Ramji lives in Vancouver, BC where she works at Anvil Press, facilitates creative writing workshops for Megaphone magazine, reads submissions and edits book reviews for subTerrain magazine, and is the managing editor of Zouch magazine.…

Daniel Zomparelli: In praise of three great first books

Misadventures by Nicholas Grider A Strange Object Press Short Fiction Grider writes a book that is about form, about structure just as much as narrative. He takes characters who wouldn’t…

Call for Submissions: The New Vancouver Poets Folio

Lemonhound and Poetry Is Dead are teaming up to create a folio spotlighting New Vancouver Poets. Co-edited by Dina Del Bucchia and Daniel Zomparelli, we seek to publish work from…

Jordan Abel and Renée Saklikar in Conversation: Accumulation as a Political Act

Daniel Zomparelli (DZ): I read both of your books consecutively (The Place of Scraps (Talonbooks, 2013) by Jordan Abel and children of air india (Harbour Publishing, 2013) by Renée Saklikar), and in my…

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In Conversation with Catherine Owen & Nikki Reimer: On Elegies

Daniel Zomparelli: We have all gone through/or are going through varied stages of grief and each of us have relied on poetry in some form/manner to deal artistically with that…

Daniel Zomparelli: Ermahgerd Perertry or How to Build a Language Overnight

I’ve been a longtime proponent of pop-culture and memes. This gets me into a lot of debates that a poet shouldn’t get into. Debating Ludacris’ lyrics as sound poetry may…

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