Gordon Hill Press is having its official launch party on Tuesday, January 29, 7:30, at Brothers Brewing Company in Downtown Guelph. Everyone’s invited!
We’ll have readings by Roxanna Bennett and Gary Barwin, food, raffles, a leave-a-book-take-a-book table, and lots more bookish fun.
The venue is accessible as are the washrooms.
You can find out more and let us know you’re coming on our Facebook event page – https://www.facebook.com/events/277053939834123/.
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/.
My poem, “Re: Wards of the State” is in the most recent issue of The Maynard. It’s one of the series that I’ve been writing on the experience of adoption and adopting. Have a read.
Queen Mob’s Tea House just posted an interview I did with Guelph author Adam Lindsay Honsinger about his new collection of short stories, Somewhere North of Normal. You can find it here – https://queenmobs.com/2018/10/interview-adam-lindsay-honsinger/.
This news has already been released elsewhere, but I thought I’d better post it here for those of you who only know me through this forum – my friend Shane Neilson and I have just launched Canada’s newest literary publishing house – Gordon Hill Press.
We’re looking to do six titles a year, heavy on the poetry but with some fiction and and non-fiction titles as well. Out first slate of books will be coming out in Fall of 2019, so keep your eyes open for those details coming soon.
You can find submission guidelines and a little bit about what we’re up to at https://www.gordonhillpress.com/. You can also find us on twitter (bleh) – https://twitter.com/gordonhillpressFacebook – and Facebook (double bleh) – https://www.facebook.com/gordonhillpress/.
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.