Monthly Archives: March 2011

CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2011: INTERVIEW WITH SAVOY “KAPOW” HOWE AND A REVIEW OF “Vs.” BY KERRY RYAN

Vs. By Kerry Ryan Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos In her book On Boxing, famed American writer Joyce Carol Oates wrote, “boxing is for men, and is about men, and is men.”  She was wrong!  And Kerry Ryan’s autobiographical collection … Continue reading

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TORONTO POET JENNY SHEPPARD READS HER POEMS

Jenny Sheppard is a committed writer.  Everyday she sits and writes in her red journal adorned with stickers.  Hours go by as her green pen fills up pages.   Currently reading the famed short story collection Bad Behavior by Mary … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH TORONTO POET JENNY SHEPPARD

Jenny Sheppard is a 23 year old poet/musician living and working in Toronto. Growing up near the ocean helped inspire her to write her first songs and poems. She spends her free time reading, writing in her journal and wandering … Continue reading

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BOOK OF LONGING

Book of Longing By Leonard Cohen Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos We all long for something: community, conversation, sex, love, friendship, and many other things.  Most people do not express what they long for.  Artists tend to be the bold … Continue reading

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