My long poem chapbook about living with debilitating mental illness, You don’t want what I’ve got, will be published by Junction Books in 2018! Read their announcement about all four 2018 chapbooks here: http://junctionbooks.ca/2018-chapbooks/.
New Work Published Online at Ryga: A Journal of Provocations
A 15-page excerpt from my manuscript You Don’t Want What I’ve Got is now online at Ryga 9 (Summer 2016): http://www.rygajournal.ca/ryga-9-summer-2016.html. I’m very pleased to have this new work in such a fantastic publication.
Blog Post Up At Thought Migration
I wrote a little piece about channeling John Thompson; it’s up now at the Thought Migration blog:
More new artwork! Check out Allison Green’s brilliant hand-painted silk quilt, based on my poem “Her Needle” (from my first book, Splitting Off). You can see more of Allison’s work at: http://allisongreen.ca.
One of Marsha Clark’s amazing collage paintings, “Litany of Names,” is part of this website’s main theme. (It’s based on one of my poems in Histories Haunt Us, “Being So Careful.”) Marsha is a Fredericton-based collage artist whose work is stunning and powerful. Check out her work at: http://www.marshaclarkart.com.
Marsha Clark, “Litany of Names” 2014