In Conversation: Marina Carr

Marina Carr, renowned Irish playwright, visited Concordia University this past November to give a master class and a reading of her work. Carr’s plays, which often involve meditations on violence,…

Emma Donoghue: You Never Finish Your Research

In 2013 Emma Donoghue visited Concordia for a reading and a master class. She talked about the joy of the archives and the endless research involved in writing fiction. WR…

Lynn Coady: Four Questions

Frankie Barnet: Place plays a significant role in your work. Stories like “Wireless”, “Hellgoing” and “Another World” all seem to have an interest in exploring and critiquing cosmopolitan aspects of…

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…

Josef Kaplan: Two Introductions

INTRODUCING TRISHA LOW I think we can all agree that “emotional poetry” is a disease. Maybe not the poetry. But the incessance of the emotional environment—the appeals to a “felt”…

Rae Armantrout, Laynie Browne, & Marjorie Welish

Tuesday, May 9, 7PM@ Dixon Place (258 Bowery, 2nd Floor—Between Houston & Prince)Admission is $5 at the Door.Rae Armantrout’s most recent books are Up to Speed (Wesleyan, 2004), The Pretext…