Kim Davids Mandar is editing of “In | Appropriate”, a collection of essays with Canadian novelists on the subject of writing difference that will be published in the fall by the press that I run, Gordon Hill Press. She and I has a dialogue about the book appear in the most recent issue of The Puritan.
Kevin Heslop at The Temz Review has just posted an interview with Roxanna Bennett and I about Roxanna’s new book, unmeaningable, and about Gordon Hill Press.
Queen Mob’s Tea House just posted my interview with Guelph poet Karen Houle, and recently short-listed for the Governor General’s Award for Poetry. We chat about her new book, The Grand River Watershed: A Folk Ecology.