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MY FIRST MONTH OF THE END OF THE WORLD: JANUARY 2012

My First Month Of The End Of The World: January 2012 By Jorge Antonio Vallejos It’s a gray day and my T.V has a dark show on: The First 48.  I have no idea why I watch it.  It’s always … Continue reading

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QUEER POET JIM NASON READS HIS POETRY

Meeting Jim Nason to tape him for this post was a great time. Jim and I talked writing over coffee.  We shared what we were working on, our favorite writers, craft, and future plans. I took Jim to the laneway … Continue reading

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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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NARCISSUS UNFOLDING

Narcissus Unfolding By Jim Nason Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Toronto poet Maureen Hynes told me about Jim Nason last year.  She spoke of him with kindness and reverence.  I remember her saying, “good poet,” after his name as she … Continue reading

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