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Children of the New World: Some Thoughts

In 1872, when the first clay tablets of the Epic of Gilgamesh were being rediscovered in the buried library of Assyrian king Ashurbanipal for the first time in almost two millennia, an anonymous article in The New York Times cogitated … Continue reading

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Word on the Street DiverCity Contest

My short story, “Fences,” placed third in the inaugural Word on the Street Writing DiverCity Contest! The story is now featured on their website, and will be excerpted in The Toronto Star on Saturday, September 23rd. As well, I will … Continue reading

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Two Upcoming Readings in Montreal

I’ll be doing two poetry readings in Montreal, in early March. They are: On Friday, March 3rd, I’ll be reading at Paragraphe Books (right outside of the McGill gates), along with Marianne Ackerman, David Sherman, and Luciano Iacobelli. The event … Continue reading

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Reading At Knife | Fork | Book

I’ll be reading some poetry this Thursday, February 2nd, at the amazing knife | fork | book in Kensington Market, along with Jim Nason. Come on out! Doors at 6:30. AARON KREUTER Arguments for Lawn Chairs JIM NASON Touch Anywhere … Continue reading

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Dead Poets’ Night, Tonight!

Tonight is Toronto’s annual Dead Poet’s Night, put on by Art Bar, Rowers Reading Series and (this year) Best Canadian Poetry, and hosted by David Clink. I will be reading from the work of Mahmoud Darwish, along with a lot … Continue reading

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