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INTERVIEW WITH QUEER POET JIM NASON

Jim Nason is a Toronto poet. His award-winning poems, essays, and stories have been published in literary journals across the United States and Canada, including The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2008 & 2010.  He has recently published his third … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH TORONTO POET MAUREEN HYNES

Maureen Hynes has published three books of poetry, Rough Skin (Wolsak and Wynn) Harm’s Way (Brick Books), Marrow, Willow (Pedlar Press) and is working on a fourth. She has twice been selected for the Banff Writers’ Studio and in 2007, a selection of her … Continue reading

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MARROW, WILLOW

Marrow, Willow By Maureen Hynes Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Marrow, Willow, Maureen Hynes third collection of poems stays true to its title: it goes deep while remaining flexible.  It’s a bit different than her first two collections Rough Skin, … Continue reading

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