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.
Touch Anywhere to Begin
Doors 6:30PM Poetry 7-ish
More details here.
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 of other great poets reading from a lot of other great (dead) poets. The reading’s at Supermarket, at 7:00pm. Come on out!
Geoffrey Morrison, over at The Rusty Toque, has written a generous review of Arguments For Lawn Chairs. Morrison’s review looks at both my poetry book and David Huebert’s We Are No Longer The Smart Kids In Class. Check it out here!
The good folks at Open Book interviewed me about my poetry collection, Arguments for Lawn Chairs. Read it to find out my thoughts on the importance of titles, and to see some of my newer poem and story titles!
My poetry collection, Arguments for Lawn Chairs, will be launching this Sunday at Supermarket, along with other great books! If you’re in the city, come on out!
Stone Woman by Bianca Lakoseljac
The Sea-Wave by Rolli
Arguments for Lawn Chairs by Aaron Kreuter
Coming Here; Being Here
& A Second Coming ed. Don Mulcahy
Freeze by Stephen Orlov
Sarah & Abraham by Sarah Engelhard
Every Night of Our Lives by Rocco de Giacomo
Date with Destiny by Hélène Rioux trans. Jonathan Kaplansky
Free admission + lots of tasty refreshments!
Date: September 11, 2016
Time: 3:30 PM
Place: Supermarket Restaurant & Bar, 268 Augusta Avenue, Toronto ON M5T 2L9