The Town Crier just posted my review of Peter Taylor’s The Masons. You can check it out here.
The Town Crier magazine just posted my review of Elisha May Rubacha’s Too Much Nothing, published by Apt. 9 Press Check it out.
Guelph poet Jeffery Reid Pettis has posted a review of my new chapbook, Poetry of Thought. Have a look.
The Town Crier magazine just posted my review of Emily Osborne’s Biometrical, published by Anstruther Press. Check it out.
The Town Crier magazine just posted my review of Alex Porco’s The Low End Theory, published by serif of nottingham press, a chapbook of poetry that continues Porco’s ongoing serial poem, The Minutes. Check it out.
Queen Mob’s Tea House just posted an interview I did with Guelph author Marianne Micros about her new collection of short stories, Eye. You can find it here – https://queenmobs.com/2018/11/marianne-micros-interview/.
The Town Crier magazine just posted my review of Asa Boxer’s Field Notes from the Undead, the most recent chapbook from local publisher, the Elora Poetry Centre. Have a read.
The Town Crier magazine posted my review of Roxanna Bennett’s chapbook of poetry, Unseen Garden (Knife | Fork | Book, 2018). Have a look.
My review of Guelph author Stephen Henighan’s Mr. Singh Among the Fugitives has been published in the latest issue of paperplates magazine. It’s been a bit long in coming (Stephen has published another book in the meantime), but you can get you download a .pdf copy of the magazine free at paperplates.org.
The Town Crier magazine posted my review of Sam Cheuk’s chapbook of poetry, Deus et Machina (Baseline Press, 2017). Have a look.