Jane Eaton Hamilton

"At the bottom of the box is hope." – Ellis Avery.

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Poets You Should Read!

Read Amber Dawn in the smoking “Where the Words End and My Body Begins:”

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Read Ali Blythe in the hatchet-strong “Twoism:”

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Share Elizabeth Bachinsky’s yearning in “The Hottest Summer in Recorded History:”

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Pith frogs with Anne Fleming in “poemw.”

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Hallucinate with Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha in “Body Map:”

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Torque time with Tanis MacDonald’s “Rue the Day:”

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Hear Tanis reading “Looking Into” here.

Make a parachute lure with Shannon Macguire‘s “fur(l) parachute:”

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Transform with Lydia Kwa’s “Sinuous:”

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Take wing with Brenda Schmidt‘s “Flight Calls: An Apprentice on the Art of Listening:”

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Splice intimacy with Maleea Ackers “Air-Proof Green:”

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Speak words with spoken-word poet Jillian Christmas, here.

Best One-Sentence Advice You’ve Ever Gotten on Writing?

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Over at Lit Reactor, Christopher Schultz has compiled some great one-liners of advice from well-known authors in this article here.

Get Published!

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sketch: Jane Eaton Hamilton 2007

Descant, one of Canada’s best and oldest litmags, has compiled a great list of 90+ places to publish in Canada. Thank you, Descant.

Descant

Book of Kells: Contemporary Women Poets

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sketch: Jane Eaton Hamilton 2015

Here is a list of contemporary women poets compiled by Kelli Russell Agodon.  Work-in-progress.  But here we can find many authors whose work in which we will be happy to dip our toes.

Book of Kells

 

 

Queerly Canadian: The Books

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49th Shelf has a list of queer Canadian books up.  I can think of a whole heck of a lot of books that are queer and not on it (including 6 of mine), but it’s still a great resource for anyone looking for some sweet bedtime reading.

49th Shelf

Matt Haig and 30 things you should know

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