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Official Launch of Gap Riot Press

Kate Siklosi and I are proud mamas of the newly-birthed Gap Riot Press, a Toronto-based, feminist, women-run micropress publishing chapbooks of the best new experimental, visual, and political poetry focusing on marginalized writers. You can find out more by visiting our website, http://www.gapriotpress.com, or by following us on Twitter, @gapriotpress. The fabulous logo on this … Continue reading

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A Purely Financial Collaboration: Joyce as Computer in John Cage’s Writing Through Finnegans Wake

This paper was written to be presented to the North American James Joyce Association’s 2017 Conference: Diasporic Joyce on the panel “Joycean Diaspores in Contemporary Poetry and Writing” (chaired by Sean Braune). The panel will be presented tomorrow, 22 June 2017, from 1:30-3:30pm Victoria College Room 212.  While much has been made of the collaborative … Continue reading

New Chapbook: Glosas for Tired Eyes (no press, 2017)
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New Chapbook: Glosas for Tired Eyes (no press, 2017)

I’ve published a chapbook of vispo typewriter glosas with Derek Beaulieu’s no press. Copies are available online through Beaulieu’s website here or by emailing me. Limited edition run like a bootleg record or an expensive action figure. From Beaulieu’s site:  Taking inspiration from 8 different prominent visual poets, Spinosa has created a series of feminist and … Continue reading

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Oversharing: Canadian E-Lit and the Lyric Subject

This paper has been written in contribution to the ACQL Roundtable: “TrashCan: An Anti-Canon Manifesto,” presented as a part of the ACCUTE Congress, Sunday, 28 May, 2017.  My contribution to this anti-canon manifesto is a two-fold response to the general sidelining of new media poetics and digital literatures in CanLit. Canadian E-lit should, I wager, … Continue reading

Resist Much/Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance
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Resist Much/Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance

Hi Readers and Friends, If you like poetry and hate oppressive governments, misogyny, racism, transphobia, homophobia, and ESPECIALLY if you are goddamn tired of conceptualism, have I got a poetry anthology for you! I have a poem in Resist Much/Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance and it is just a stellar collection. First of all, the … Continue reading