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During the first pandemic year, in the middle of one August night, my writing process took a dramatic turn. On the way to the washroom, I walked forehead first into the closed oak door of my bedroom. I knew immediately it was bad. Took 2 Tylenol, got the icepack, and went back to bed, hoping I’d wake up in the morning. I know, you’re not supposed to do that, but who has their wits about them at 3 am. Pre-concussion, I had spent the last

If you are looking to learn more about Indigenous culture this month, look no further than these fine titles by Lenni-Lenape poet Daniel Lockhart. A Turtle Clan member of Eelünaapéewi Lahkéewiit (Lenape), and a registered member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation, Lockhart currently resides at the south shore of Waawiiyaatanong (Windsor, ON-Detroit, MI). Lockhart’s latest collection of poetry from Black Moss Press, Tùkhòne (2020), straddles the Canada/America border and blends scenes of urban and Indigeneity with traditional Japanese Haiku and Haibun. Drawing from

We're excited to unveil a new project that will allow you to connect with your favourite poets like never before! Anthology is a poetry book club that meets on the Zoom platform Sundays from 1:30pm – 2:30pm. The club runs 6 months a year (July, Aug, Sept & Jan, Feb, March) and consists of: three Zoom meetings per month two books of poetry and a meeting with both authors. Prices: (tax and shipping included) $60 for Zoom link and 2 books $50

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