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KEVIN IRIE READS A POEM FOR CANADIAN ARTIST TOM THOMSON

Meeting Kevin Irie was a pleasure.  We chatted about poetry, books, and life. Hearing Irie read just adds to the enjoyment of flipping through the pages of his new book Viewing Tom Thomson, A Minority Report. Interviewing Irie for blackcoffeepoet.com … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH KEVIN IRIE

Kevin Irie is a third-generation Japanese-Canadian.  His poetry has been published across North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia, and it has been broadcast on CBC Radio.  Irie is the author of five books: Viewing Tom Thomson, A Minority Report, Burning … Continue reading

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VIEWING TOM THOMSON, A MINORITY REPORT

Viewing Tom Thomson, A Minority Report By Kevin Irie Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos I remember being in Guadalajara, Mexico staring at El Abrazo by Jorge Gonzalez Camarena and being in awe.  Thoughts rushed into my head and later flowed … Continue reading

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