Issue #7 : Sacha Archer Derek Beaulieu nina jane drystek Amanda Earl Kyle Flemmer katie o’brien hiromi suzuki
A limited amount of copies will be available for free at the following locations:
Open Books: A Poem Emporium (Seattle WA) and Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop (Brooklyn NY).
Sacha Archer lives in Burlington, Ontario with his wife and two daughters. He is the editor of Simulacrum Press (simulacrumpress.ca). His work has been published or is forthcoming in journals such as ARC, filling Station, Matrix, Nöd, Politics/Letters Live, Utsanga, Otoliths, FIVE:2:ONE, Futures Trading, Timglaset and Touch the Donkey. Archer has two full-length collections of poetry, Detour (gradient books, 2017) and Zoning Cycle (Simulacrum Press, 2017). His most recent chapbooks are TSK oomph (Inspiritus Press, 2018), Contemporary Meat (The Blasted Tree, 2018) and Autopsy Report (above/ground press, 2018) with two forthcoming: Houses (no press) and Framing Poems (Timglaset). His visual poetry has been exhibited in the USA, Italy, and Canada. His website is sachaarcher.wordpress.com.
Derek Beaulieu is the author / editor of 20 collections of poetry, prose and criticism including two volumes of his selected work Please No More Poetry: the poetry of derek beaulieu (2013) and Konzeptuelle Arbeiten (2017). His most recent volume of fiction, a, A Novel was published by Paris’s Jean Boîte Editions. Beaulieu has spoken, performed and exhibited his visual work across Canada, the United States and Europe and has won multiple local and national awards for his teaching and dedication to students. Derek Beaulieu was the 2014–2016 Poet Laureate of Calgary, Canada and is Director of Literary Arts at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.
nina jane drystek is a poet, writer and performer based in Ottawa. her poetry has appeared in Canthius, talking about strawberries, the DUSIE: Tuesday poem, Bywords, in/words, ottawater, small talk and Window Cat Press, as well as in self-published chapbooks, and chapbooks and broadsides by & co. collective. she is a member of the sound poetry ensemble quatuour gualuour, and creates performances of her own. if you've ever lived in the same city as her you have likely seen her riding a red bicycle around town. find her @textcurious
Amanda Earl is a Canadian poet living in Ottawa. Amanda's current visual poetry project is "The Vispo Bible", which is a life's work to translate every book, every chapter, every verse of the Bible (Old and New Testaments) into visual poetry. It has been published as chapbooks and broadsides by numerous presses in Canada, Sweden and UK, as well as online. Amanda thanks the Ontario Arts Council 2018 Recommender Grant for Writers program for funding part of the creation of the Vispo Bible. For more vispo and information about additional publications and exhibits, please visit EleanorIncognito.blogspot.ca.
Kyle Flemmer is an author, editor, publisher, and radish enthusiast. He founded The Blasted Tree Publishing Co. (theblastedtree.com), a platform for emerging Canadian authors and artists, in 2014, and is currently the Managing Editor of filling Station magazine (fillingstation.ca). Kyle works as an event coordinator for Shelf Life Books in Calgary, Alberta.
katie o’brien is a poet, community worker, queer activist, and Netflix enthusiast originally from St. John’s, Ktaqamkuk, on unceded Beothuk land. a peal of thunder, a moment of (The Blasted Tree, 2019) is their third chapbook. katie dislikes lying, sings a lot, and doesn’t kill bugs.
hiromi suzuki is a poet, fiction writer and artist living in Tokyo, Japan. She is the author of Ms. cried - 77 poems by hiromi suzuki (Kisaragi Publishing, 2013), logbook (Hesterglock Press, 2018), INVISIBLE SCENERY (Low Frequency Press, 2018), Andante (AngelHousePress, 2019). Her works have been published internationally in poetry journals, literary journals and anthologies.
Web site: https://hiromisuzukimicrojournal.tumblr.com
Twitter : @HRMsuzuki
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