A monthly update: see who’s new to the League and what’s new with Leaguers.
Sierra Rose Lutz-Dennis
Jeremy Luke Hill is the publisher at Gordon Hill Press, a literary publisher based in Guelph, Ontario. He is also the Managing Director of Vocamus Writers Community, a non-profit community organization that supports book culture in Guelph. He has written a collection of poetry, short prose, and photography called Island Pieces; four chapbooks of poetry called Poetry of Thought, CanCon, Trumped, and These My Streets; two poetry broadsheets called Grounded and Indexical; and an ongoing series of poetry broadsheets called Conversations with Viral Media. He also writes a semi-regular column on chapbooks for The Town Crier. His writing has appeared in The Bull Calf, CV2, EVENT Magazine, Filling Station, Free Fall, The Goose, HA&L, The Maynard, paperplates, Queen Mob’s Tea House, The Rusty Toque, The Town Crier, and The Windsor Review.
Subterranean Blue Poetry (Volume VII Issue IV) April 2019 – Titled: “My Paris Apartment” Featuring: Mike McNamara, James Fenton, Jackie Sizemore . . . and more.
Working on Subterranean Blue Poetry Imprints! A Poetry Book for Gregg Dotoli and for Margaret Saine. More poetry candy from Subterranean Blue Poetry. Be a part of the Montreal underground, Be a Subterranean Blue Poetry Imprint.
A Submission Call: The Black Orchid Series: Songs of the Summer Night, Summer in my hand, the heat of Summer, the Calling of the Muses of heat and memory, of a lover . . .
We pay: $10 per poem, $20 per Of Poetic Interest . . ., $20 per Masthead Photo.
“all the poetry, everywhere”
“for those subterranean blues”
Marvyne Jenoff‘s poem “Dinosaur Aloft,” will be posted in the LCP’s Poetry Pause series on March 18, 2019.
Susan McCaslin’s new mixed-genre volume of creative-nonfiction (poetry, personal narrative, reflective essays, dialogue, imaginary letters), Superabundantly Alive: Thomas Merton’s Dance with the Feminine (Woodlake), was launched in Vancouver on Feb. 6 at the Canadian Memorial Centre for Peace. A synopsis, bio, and reviews may be found at the publisher’s website.
Sat. March 9, a launch of Susan McCaslin and J.S. Porter’s, Superabundantly Alive: Thomas Merton’s Dance with the Feminine (Wood Lake, 2018), Salt Spring Public Library, 129 McPhillips Ave., Salt Spring Island, BC, 1 pm. Host, Elsie Mountford: email@example.com https://saltspring.bc.libraries.coop/event/susan-mccaslin/?instance_id=116785
Thurs. March 14, a reading and conversation with Susan McCaslin on her collaborative book of creative nonfiction with J.S. Porter, Superabundantly Alive: Thomas Merton’s Dance with the Feminine (Wood Lake, 2018), Banyen Books, 3608 W. 4thAve., Vancouver, BC, 6:30-8 pm, hosted by Jacob Steele. https://www.banyen.com/events/mccaslin-2019
Friday March 29, Susan will be hosting a poetry reading at an art exhibition by Edith Krause and Friends, “An Avian Alphabet—it’s for the birds,” at The Fort Gallery, 9048 Glover Rd., Fort Langley, BC, Friday March 29, 2019, 7-9: bird poems read by Deb Dejong, Heidi Greco, Lee Johnson, Susan McCaslin, Ray McGinnnis & Celeste Snowber, 7-9 pm.