All This Could Be Yours Talks “Weightless, Insubstantial, Ordinary Mortality”
Joshua Trotter’s debut poetry collection, All This Could Be Yours, won immediate favourable reviews for no reason other than its authenticity and aesthetic simplicity.
Wershler & Kennedy Give Historical Authors a Second Life in Update
Pssst! Want to know a secret? There’s a new Facebook going around—a cooler Facebook. There’s only one catch: you have to be a famous historical poet to get it.
Josip Novakovich’s Three Deaths Slices Up Grim Reaping
Death is inescapable and inexplicable. At any given point death may brusquely interrupt our lives, and this is exactly what author Josip Novakovich contemplates in his new book Three Deaths.
“We are, all of us, after a myth, I think,” Peter Dubé says in his new book Subtle Bodies: A Fantasia on Voice, History and René Crevel.
These days, more and more artists seem to be taking on more and more mediums. No longer do we have Vincent van Goghs who focus solely on one mode of expression. We have multi-disciplinary artists who don’t believe in the boundaries of a canvas, lens, material, or whatever way you choose to explore art.