ShortCuts on SPOKENWEBLOG is a series of critical commentaries about short clips selected from audio collections across the SpokenWeb network. This post introduces a three-part series by Teddie Brock, all based on a 1978 panel discussion with Dorothy Livesay, Anne Marriott, and Irving Layton, as recorded on audio preserved at the Simon Fraser University Archives. […]
ShortCuts, SPOKENWEBLOG | 1930s, 1940s, archival audio, archive, canadian poetry, candida rifkind, Dorothy Livesay, f.r. scott, literary history, modernism, performance, Poetry Reading, sandra djwa, ShortCuts, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Heritage Writers' Festival
Join 10 poets from Concordia’s Graduate Poetry Workshop as they share their latest work. Thank you to Spoken Web and Stephanie Bolster for their assistance in the hosting and creation of this event.
Performances | Belgo, Concordia, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Poetry Reading, Students
How to introduce an introduction. How to warm the stage for the dates, facts, and anecdotes that are already presented in Stephen Morrissey’s reminiscences about Véhicule Art Inc. as an experimental forum for the performance of new poetry, in the 1970s, in Montreal. The Véhicule Poets—again, see post below for the who’s who—have maintained a […]
Article, SPOKENWEBLOG | canadian literature, Montreal, oral literary history, poetry, Poetry Reading, SGWU, Sir George Williams Poetry Reading Series, SPOKENWEBLOG, Stephen Morrissey, Véhicule Art, Véhicule Poets, Véhicule Press
This free in-person event will be hosted by Katherine McLeod featuring readings by and discussion with SpokenWeb team members Klara du Plessis, Faith Paré, and Carlos A. Pittella.
Collaborations, Performances | Blue Metropolis, Concordia University, Discussion, Montreal, Poetry Reading, SpokenWeb