I mentioned that Kitty Lewis of Brick Books contacted me last week and offered me Brick titles for participants in the workshop I'm teaching this fall, right?
Well, the books arrived in yesterday's mail. And it's a mighty stack. An enviable stack.
Marlene Cookshaw's Double Somersaults. Sue Sinclair's Mortal Arguments. Maureen Harris' A Possible Landscape. Steven Price's Anatomy of Keys. Adam Dickinson's Kingdom, Phylum. Dennis Lee's Riffs. Julie Berry's worn thresholds. Julie Bruck's The End of Travel. Goran Simic's Immigrant Blues. Michael Kenyon's The Sutler. Lyn King's Walking in the Night Sky. Sue Wheeler's Habitat. Barry Dempster's Letters From a Long Illness With the World. Sue Goyette's Undone.
It should go without saying, but...many thanks to Kitty and Brick!
Speaking of which, here are the workshop details again:
A Workshop With Ariel Gordon
Dates: 3 Mondays, Sept 17, Oct 22, Nov 19
Times: 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Location: Staff Room, Kelvin High School
Cost: $79.00 including GST
For more information or to register, see the Life Long Learning / Winnipeg School Division website.
Need a nudge to keep your writing going as the geese migrate and the trees lose their leaves?
Join Winnipeg poet Ariel Gordon as she leads a once a month reading and writing course for new writers. Workshop your fiction, poetry, or non-fiction and try your hand at exercises designed to have you writing, thinking and feeling summery all season long.