Poem of the Week: Stephen Collis from Once in Blockadia

Come the Revolution Come the revolution / we will the revolution / we will return to the revolution / return to the sensuous body of language / come the revolution…

Virginia Woolf : A Few Thoughts on Thoughts on Peace in an Air Raid

I’m posting this classic Virginia Woolf essay as a reminder that the personal is always interesting if it is live and in context; if there is a pulse at the…

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,…

Women, Epic, Live Wires: In Conversation with Sue Goyette

Halifax poet Sue Goyette is the author of six books of poetry including Ocean, a finalist for the 2014 Griffin Prize for Poetry, and more recently Penelope, published last month…

Suzanne Zelazo on Janieta Eyre’s Eye Rhymes

“Eye Rhymes: An Introduction to the Photography of Janieta Eyre,” Suzanne Zelazo As an innovator and agitator, Janieta Eyre (1966–) has pioneered an integrative photographic aesthetic that pushes the boundaries…

Rachel Blau DuPlessis

Rachel Blau DuPlessis: March

March   Love, love!             mini-ode to the awkward heroes of sexology,             stroking, fucking, tonguing,              poking–while thoroughly              amazed!               And to shepherds!                           try to be kind, not bitter. Sit on the…

Madelaine Caritas Longman: white infinity net

white infinity net Snow touching snow. Petal and rhizome, asterisk, osteocyte. Splitcell and starry matrix of bone a sharp pain behind my left eye insomnia prickles bright as ice cream…

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