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Book review: How The Light Gets In by Clare Fisher

Between light and darkness, what is there? According to Clare Fisher, just about everything.

How The Light Gets In is Fisher’s first short story collection, following her 2017 debut novel  785 more words


Among the Forgetters #38 by Glen Armstrong

Among the Forgetters #38

Written by: Glen Armstrong

I’m coming home,
my friend.

I am Nero on the violin.

An inky purple sunrise blankets
the building tops. 116 more words

Creative Writing

Free Flow Dance Company performance: June 16th

Coming up later this month, the Free Flow Dance Company in Saskatoon will be workshopping new pieces, employing some music I recorded earlier this year. 28 more words

Independent Writer

A poem that has nothing to do with the worst film ever made...

Sister Ship

This house is unsinkable

I have made it water tight

installed extra bulkheads

to prevent catastrophic

flooding personally inspecting

every single weld and rivet… 60 more words


"The Algebra of Inequality"--The Proof!

The proof of my latest Black Dog Press release, The Algebra of Inequality, just arrived.

And I hereby post the obligatory picture of yer favorite author with a beautiful new volume in his hands. 9 more words


Vitriol by Grant Skelton


Written by: Grant Skelton

Edited by: Miranda Winters-Sayle

When mama rocked me to sleep,
Gunfire was her lullabye.

She fed me from her soft body, 126 more words

Creative Writing

New genre, new anthology

Climate change is a huge challenge for our world. It has inspired a new genre of fiction – cli-fi.

This is launch week for the new climate fiction anthology published by Retreat West Books,  67 more words