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CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2011: SAVOY “KAPOW” HOWE OF TORONTO NEWSGIRLS BOXING CLUB READS POEMS FROM “Vs.” BY KERRY RYAN

Kerry Ryan has written the (or one of the) first collection of poems focused on boxing: Vs. You feel like you’re in the gym with Ryan: throwing punches, getting hit, lifting the medicine ball.  Ryan has a way with words … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2011: PHOTO ESSAY OF TORONTO NEWSGIRLS BOXING CLUB + INTERVIEW WITH BOXER-POET KERRY RYAN

Kerry Ryan’s first collection of poetry, The Sleeping Life, was published by The Muses’ Company in 2008 and nominated for the Aqua Lansdowne Prize for Poetry in 2009. She has has poetry published in a number of journals, including Prairie Fire, The New … Continue reading

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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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