Join Kathy at Workman Arts where local poet, chapbook publisher, and owner of Canada’s only poetry-specific bookstore, Jeff Kirby will visit to discuss chapbook publishing. (Note: TTC tokens will not be provided for this event.)
JEFF KIRBY’s earlier chapbooks include Simple Enough, Cock & Soul, Bob’s boy, The world is fucked and sometimes beautiful, and She’s Having a Doris Day (knife | fork | book, 2017). Recent work appears in 2018 nationalpoetrymonth.ca, Matrix Magazine, bandcamp https://jeffkirby.bandcamp.com/releases and Pushcart Nominee for 'when the gardens were,' The Rusty Toque Issue 13, from his upcoming collection, This Is Where I Get Off. Kirby is the owner/publisher of knife | fork | book.
Join Kathy at Workman Arts for a talk by local poet and zinester Sarah Pinder. (Note: TTC tokens will not be provided for this event.)
Sarah Pinder is the author of Cutting Room (Coach House Books, 2012) and Common Place (Coach House Books, 2017). Her writing has been shortlisted for the Expozine Small Press Awards, and included in magazines like Geist, Arc and Poetry Is Dead. A long time zine-maker, you can also find her work in Montreal’s Distroboto art vending machines. She lives in Toronto, Canada. http://www.sarahpinder.com
Today is the deadline to submit to our 2018 anthology! Submit up to 12 poems or 3,000 words of prose — multiple submissions encouraged. Participation in at least 1 InkWell workshop since September 2017 is required.
Email your writing of any genre to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can't wait to read your writing.
Join Jeff Latosik, an award-winning poet and the former poetry editor at the Humber Literary Review, for an interactive discussion about submitting your work to literary magazines and contests. Learn insider tips on how to choose where to submit your work, write cover letters, cope with rejection, and more. Open to everyone.