My good friend Kelly Norah Drukker, who recently completed her MA in English and creative writing at Concordia University, has just published a poem, “At the Seven Churches,” in The Island Review!
I’d like to congratulate my friend and colleague Matthew Milner, a postdoctoral fellow at McGill University, on the publication of his book The Senses and the English Reformation, part of the St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History series published by Ashgate.
I’d like to congratulate my friend Kelly Norah Drukker on her two most recent publications: “Searching for Conor,” a piece of creative non-fiction published in the latest issue of Room, and “The Winter Garden,” a poem appearing in the December 2010 issue of Literary Review of Canada. Both are available at bookstores now!
I extend my warmest congratulations to my friend Lisa Richter for the publication of her poem “Unauthorized Biography” in the Fall 2010 issue of The Malahat Review! I just received a copy today, so if it’s not yet in bookstores, it will be soon.
I’d like to congratulate my friend Kelly Norah Drukker on the publication of her latest poem, “The Drummer,” in the October 2010 issue of Literary Review of Canada!
I would like to offer my warmest congratulations to Kelly Norah Dukker on the publication of her long poem “The Burning House,” which appears in the Winter 2009 issue of The Malahat Review. Way to go, Kelly!
I’m pleased to report that my good friend Kelly Norah Drukker, an emerging poet who won second prize of the 2006 CBC Literary Award for poetry, has recently published a poem titled “For Émile Nelligan” in Carte blanche, the literary review of the Quebec Writers’ Federation.
Jason has just started a new website named after Complicity Theory, which has been his LiveJournal moniker for some time now, and devoted mainly to his photographs. Visit it here.