Posts Categorized: CA

Stephanie Pauline Orr

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

Let Me Introduce Myself is a book of poetry made of words using only the letter from my full name.

Nicole Raziya Fong

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.

Stefan Roy

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

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 »

Trapped in Misgivings

A collection of 59 poems from my journal. Detailing my recent struggles with depression anxiety and addiction. All written by me and transcribed from my journal to my tumblr.

Fargone

This is a short collection of occasional poems which, at some level, are all concerned with the pliability of perception and experience.

Jeremy Colangelo

Jeremy Colangelo is a poet and scholar living in London, Ontario, where he is working on a PhD in English. He has published over a dozen short stories and poems in Popshot Magazine, The Dalhousie Review, and elsewhere, and is the author of four chapbooks, most recently Kingfisher, Fisher King (Grey Borders 2013). He is… Read more »

Space Administration

Space Administration plunders NASA’s voice transcription of the first day of the Apollo 11 moon mission, uncovering a book of conceptual poetry that reimagines the erasure process as “spacecraft” (which is to say, the “crafting of space”). The book envisions its writing process as a venture of space exploration. Readers encounter a void populated by… Read more »

Only Words to Play With

My poem is structured as a set of overlapping monologues made by (initially) five distinct voices, each of whose speech is uniquely arranged, but whose diction overlaps. As all the voices wish to dominate the others, they attempt to control the conversation by re-telling stories in different contexts, employing neologism and portmanteau, and by mis-reading… Read more »