Are you, or is someone you know, a writer living in or near Montreal and looking to read work to an audience? Would you like to know what that work would sound like as re-imagined by a live band? Learn more and apply to perform here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeWJ5mQgUWF-wRJPeV84xBUx0RnjB-oRQDYHKhQ98YOpoo1Tw/viewform About the event: “What Remains: A Literary Wake” … Continue reading Submission Call, Off the Page Festival: A Literary Wake
Writers Read looks back at hosting Julie Salverson with Peter van Wyck in January, 2012. Upon arriving at the York Theatre, attendees were treated to the cross-genre braiding of Salverson and Van Wyck’s research into Canada’s role in the Manhattan Project – the American project that resulted in the nuclear weaponry and attacks on Japan. … Continue reading From the Archive: Julie Salverson
MOORHEN The tubas are full of fog and fallen thoroughbreds. There are no dogs near the dentist’s office due to the pitch of the drills. A poem is meant to replace what the olfactory erased. But it always comes out like a Gilbert-without- Sullivan song. In the birdbath my reflection sprains with each plop of … Continue reading Jeramy Dodds
In anticipation of the Off the Page literary festival, SA Editor-in-Chief Kailey Havelock discusses the future of publishing and editing in an increasingly digital world with discussion panelists from the upcoming Editors Talking Editing event.
OFF THE PAGE March 17-20, 2016 Confirmed Readers & Call for Participants In March 2016, Writers Read & Concordia University are hosting the Off The Page literary festival. In cooperation with the Université de Montreal and Librarie Drawn & Quarterly, we are hosting Ben Lerner, Anne Boyer, Jordan Abel, Sonnet L’Abbé, and more. We are … Continue reading Off The Page 2016 Update Reminder
Those of you lucky enough to catch Tanya Tagaq's Writers Read performance in October will be pleased to know she's continuing to knock our socks off.