Craig Dodman (b. 05/05/89) is a writer, an editor, and curator of the Grey Borders Reading series, living out of Niagara Falls. A graduate of Brock University, he has had creative work released in Steel Bananas, and dead (g)end(er). His leaflet Trinitite was published through Irregular Artifact Press, and his manuscript Proteus Looks into the… Read more »
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Victoria Braun is a Calgary-based emerging artist and writer. Braun’s work is concerned with gender performance and how gender identity is constructed and portrayed, especially online. Social media is used to both construct gender and affect how gender is viewed. Braun’s work uses social media as a catalogue of our time that is indicative of… Read more »
The book contains three line poems have been generated from Twitter using tweets that have #girlproblems in them. I used Processing 2.0 to randomly select three tweets from the most recent 100 tweets and display them in the processing window every twelve seconds. I catalogued each display and chose the most interesting selections for this… Read more »
Graeme Dearden is a Calgarian fine artist and writer working primarily in printmaking, cold glass sculpting, drawing, and visual poetry. Generally his work is concerned with the creative process itself and how people, including himself, go about making artwork. His work often becomes the result of observing conversations that occur between people and their processes… Read more »
Graeme Dearden’s book, Shop Talk, is collected scraps of information all in response to the colloquial pictographic writing used as a shorthand amongst glassblowers. : : Also included for download is the Shop Talk font. The author asks that if you would like to put anything you’ve made with it out publicly that I be… Read more »
My name is Stephanie Pauline Orr and I attend art school at the Alberta College of Art and Design. My passions include poetry, dancing, painting and community building. My art practice comes at the intersection of all of these forms.
Let Me Introduce Myself is a book of poetry made of words using only the letter from my full name.
Nicole Raziya Fong is a poet from Western Canada, with roots in the Caribbean island-nation of Trinidad and the country of Suriname. Her writing has appeared in Carousel Magazine, Poetry is Dead, ditch, and Cordite.
I am a 23 year old male currently residing in Edmonton, Canada. I was a student at university interested in English, but I had dropped out due to pressing mental concerns. Most of my poetry has been written in the past year as I’ve been trying to tap into a creative outlet.
Ken Hunt’s work appears in No Press, a publication of ephemeral works run by Derek Beulieu; in The Gauntlet, the University of Calgary’s student newspaper; and in various chapbooks. For three years, Ken served as editor of NōD Magazine, the University of Calgary English department’s publication of undergraduate prose, poetry, and visual art. In 2010,… Read more »