Poetry Pause

One of my poems was featured in today’s Poetry Pause, the daily email dispatch of the League of Canadian Poets. When you subscribe, you get the words of a Canadian poet in your inbox each day. I find that it lives up to its name — it’s a welcomed pause from the quick and commercial … More Poetry Pause

Summer Residency and Workshops at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery

I am very excited to share that I’ll be an artist-in-residence at Fredericton’s Beaverbrook Art Gallery this summer, July 23-29. During the residency, I’ll be focusing on a project I’m calling RITES, a series of small-scale performances, installations, and interventions in the Gallery’s permanent collection exhibition. Rather than focusing on the artwork itself, RITES will … More Summer Residency and Workshops at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery

“Judevine” Reviews

There are just two weekends left of David Budbill’s Judevine at Montpelier, Vermont’s Lost Nation Theater. I expect these shows to sell out, so if you plan to attend, get your tickets in advance to guarantee yourself a seat. With our opening weekend behind us, we’ve received thoughtful reviews from Montpelier’s Times Argus and Burlington’s … More “Judevine” Reviews

Anthology of French-Heritage Women

I’m honoured to be included in a new anthology of writings by women of French heritage called, Heliotrope: French-Heritage Women Create. Assembled by Franco-American scholar Rhea Coté Robbins, the volume is being published in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the Franco-American Women’s Institute (FAWI) and includes the voices of more than 100 women, including … More Anthology of French-Heritage Women

New Poetry Reviews

My reviews of a handful of new Canadian poetry titles are up now at the Montreal Review of Books. This issue’s poetry coverage includes new collections by Carmine Starnino, Joshua Trotter, Ilona Martonfi, Margo Wheaton, and Michael Prior. My first goal in writing poetry reviews is always to encourage other people to read poetry. I … More New Poetry Reviews