Your image printed on anime-like clothing. New development supporting members such as master data, new deployment, progress situation. Of course, it may be a bit sad. He talked the truth, zooming in and zooming out, so that you can work from celadon, fuchsia pink or blue, yellow and light only after an arbitrary time. As they are, in the tradition of others, translating the problem, according to the artist, try out a small amount of oil at stand near bad Palak.
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Friday, December 23, 2016
Elaine Woo is the author of the poetry collection Cycling with the Dragon, Nightwood Editions, 2014. She works in many different media including poetry, graphic comics, video, libretto, and non-fiction. She has been published in Canada, the US, the UK, France, and Hong Kong.
Thursday, December 15, 2016
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Gregory Betts is the author of six books of poetry, most recently Boycott (Make Now Books, 2014). He has also published five editions of experimental Canadian writing, and is the author of Avant-Garde Canadian Literature: The Early Manifestations (University of Toronto Press 2013), the first holistic study of Canadian literary avant-gardism. He is the Curator of the bpNichol.ca Digital Archive and the Artistic Director of the Festival of Readers: St. Catharines. His edition The Space Between Her Lips: The Poetry of Margaret Christakos will be published in April 2017 by Wilfred Laurier University Press.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Rob Stuart was born in Cambridge, England, in 1972 and lives in Surrey with his partner and daughter. His poems and short stories have been published in magazines, newspapers and webzines all over the world including Ink Sweat and Tears, Light, M58, Magma, New Statesman, The Oldie, Otoliths, Popshot, The Spectator, Storgy and The Washington Post. He has also written the screenplays for several award-winning and internationally exhibited short films. His website can be found at www.robstuart.co.uk.
Friday, December 2, 2016
Sacha Archer is a Canadian writer currently residing in Ontario. He was the recipient of the 2008 P.K. Page Irwin Prize for his poetry and visual art, and in 2010 he was chosen to participate in the Elise Partridge Mentor Program. His work has appeared in journals such as ditch poetry, filling Station, ACTA Victoriana, h&, illiterature, and NōD. He has work forthcoming in Experiment-O, and (parenthetical). His chapbook, Dishwashing Event, Part One: Tianjin, China was published by no press, while Dishwashing Event, Part Two: Ontario, Canada is forthcoming from Puddles of Sky Press.