Robert Earl Stewart, author of The Running-Shaped Hole A Memoir (Dundurn, 2022) And we're back on track! (Running joke.) Please enjoy part two of our ten-question interview! In case you missed the first part, here it is! VS: I can feel as I read your book, the exposition of your relationship with your body. Obviously… Continue reading Guest Writer Interview Part II w/ Robert Earl Stewart
Poem 356 Everything Always & Yin Writing Link
Everything Always for M.M. What’s in a tear?his eyes – the depth of his love as it waxes & wanes his moon to your sun divinehis skin – the warmth of it filling you cheek to collarbone chin to palm the beat of his heart drum folding you into his edgeshis hands – the holders… Continue reading Poem 356 Everything Always & Yin Writing Link
Poem 332 & 333 PLUS Reading tomorrow night!
Poem 332 - Why I Forgot to Write Yesterday's Poem Why I Forgot to Write Yesterday’s Poem it was Carlos’* faultI opened his bookstarted reading & got suckedinto his labyrinthone hundred pageslater & night waspulling its star-studdedquilt over the skymy eyes succumbedto closing all rememberings for poetryfolded into his storyit was Carlos’ fault& he’ll make forgetagain – I… Continue reading Poem 332 & 333 PLUS Reading tomorrow night!
Special Guest Writer Richard Scarsbrook! Author of ‘The Troupers’
Richard Scarsbrook's newest novel, The Troupers (Cormorant Books) I met Richard Scarsbrook through BookFest Windsor many moons ago. He was a guest speaker for the youth writing contest winners at their award event. We connected before the event so I could get to know him a bit and introduce him to the kids, nervous and… Continue reading Special Guest Writer Richard Scarsbrook! Author of ‘The Troupers’