We’ve included information about our 2012 Unified Literary Contest and Photo Contest, as well as updates regarding our 20th (!) program, Lithuania ‘12: The Heart of Europe. Check it out!
Lizy Mostowski studies Creative Writing at Concordia University in Montreal, where she is Editor-in-Chief of Soliloquies Anthology. She occasionally writes for The Link Newspaper and formerly curated Synapse Reading Series. This year, she was longlisted for the Montreal International Poetry Prize. Her short story, Roleplay, was recently published by Ribbon Pig.
Read an interview with her and follow her on twitter.
Our very own Lizy Mostowski has written another poem on the fridge. Enjoy!
The James Beard Foundation has just nominated Rachel Resnick’s Slake essay, “Natural-Born Butcher,” for its M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Award. We’re so proud of her. Congratulations, Rachel!
Read an excerpt of Rachel’s award-nominated essay by clicking the link above.
RT @DaveMcGimpsey: Thrilled Li’l Bastard’s included in this Best Poetry 2011 list alongside writers I so greatly admire. http://t.co/9fQ …
Presenting: Maisonneuve’s third-annual roundup of our most-read articles and blog posts of the year! A burst of interest on Reddit drove Julie Salverson’s “They Never Told Us These Things,” a thoughtful rumination on disaster and the a-bomb, to the top of the list. Articles about…
Beloved friend Mike Spry’s “Hugging Christie Blatchford” is Maisonneuve’s most-read blog post of 2011! Read it if you haven’t yet. Also, as you must know, we think Maisonneuve is awesome and we love them, so, yeah, subscribe!
Interview with Adam Levin: TQO - We’d like to think SLS made this happen. Danielle Burhop (Montreal ‘11… http://t.co/YDo8xoNQ
We’d like to think SLS made this happen. Danielle Burhop (Montreal ‘11 participant) interviews Adam Levin (past alumnus, Montreal ‘11 guest) for TriQuarterly Online. Great, great read. So read!
Yes! Can’t wait! RT @maxwinter37 Unless my eyes are mistaken, it seems I will publish a new book in April.
Those of you out west are in for a treat. On January 18, the University of Alberta in Edmonton welcomes David McGimpsey to read from L’il Bastard. He’ll read again on January 19 at Grant McEwan University. Both events are free and open to the public, so no excuses!
RT @NewYorker: Sam Lipsyte’s Year in Reading: http://t.co/oix2jo5O