Monthly Archives: October 2011

BROCKTON WRITERS SERIES TURNS 2: BCP READS AT BWS

It was an awesome experience to read at Brockton Writers Series! It was also an honour. Big up to Farzana Doctor for putting together the most inclusive and diverse reading series in Toronto, Canada, and possibly the whole country.  I … Continue reading

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BROCKTON WRITERS SERIES TURNS 2: INTERVIEW WITH FARZANA DOCTOR

Farzana Doctor’s first novel, Stealing Nasreen, received critical acclaim and was nominated for Masala!Mehndi!Masti! People’s Choice Award. In June 2011, Doctor published her second novel Six Metres of Pavement to national acclaim and she received the Dayne Ogilvie Grant for emerging … Continue reading

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BROCKTON WRITERS SERIES TURNS 2!!!

The Brockton writers series turned 2 this month!  We’re celebrating all week with the article below, an interview with Farzana Doctor, and a video on Friday.   Farzana Doctor sees hyper-local reading series grow: Brockton Writers Series brings diversity to … Continue reading

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MATTHEW TIERNEY READS HIS POETRY

It was a a pleasure reading and reviewing Matthew Tierney’s Full Speed Through The Morning Dark. My interview with Matthew Tierney was also a great experience. Enjoy Matthew Tierney read from his two books of poetry: Full Speed Through The Morning … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH MATTHEW TIERNEY

Matthew Tierney is the author of two collections of poetry: Full speed through the morning dark and The Hayflick Limit. Tierney has been published in journals and magazines across Canada. In 2005, Tierney won first and second place in This Magazine’sGreat Canadian Literary … Continue reading

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FULL SPEED THROUGH THE MORNING DARK

Full Speed Through The Morning Dark By Matthew Tierney Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos While walking the strip at Word On The Street last week I looked at the many tables full of books, talked to different peoples, and enjoyed … Continue reading

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