Best Gaspereau Press podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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Wax Poetic: Poetry from Canada
Your weekly appointment with the muse. Listen to interviews and readings with Canada's top spoken word, slam, and literary poets. Canadian poetry, at its best.
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Carmine Starnino most recent books are This Way Out (2009), nominated for the Governor General’s Award for Poetry, and Lazy Bastardism: Reviews and Essays on Contemporary Poetry (2012). His fifth book of poetry, Leviathan, is due out from Gaspereau Press in Spring 2016
Ian Hope-Simpson has been operating Ironwood Forge & Woodworks near WoIfville, Nova Scotia since 1993. He also has experience with masonry, carpentry, pewter work, photography and as a farrier. In the ’70’s Ian started working as an apprentice blacksmith in a Halifax Shipyard followed by time with John Little. Over the years he has built severa ...…
The Biblio File: Hosted by Nigel Beale
“PRINTING, ILLUSTRATION, TYPE DESIGN, typefounding, type engraving, bookbinding, graphic design, stone cutting and digital type design are things that have occupied me for over seventy years, and do to this day. Excepting the bit of letter cutting in stone, these occupations have all put dinner on the table; but it has been my good fortune to h ...…
Johanna Skibsrud's debut novel The Sentimentalists won the 2010 Scotiabank Giller Prize and the 2009 Alcuin Award for best designed work of prose fiction, the first book ever to achieve this double win. Skibsrud has also published two books of poetry, including Late Nights with Wild Cowboys in 2008. The Sentimentalists was written for her Maste ...…
The Biblio File: Hosted by Nigel Beale
Gaspereau Press was established in February 1997 as a registered partnership by Andrew Steeves and Gary Dunfield. That year the Press published the first issue of its literary quarterly, The Gaspereau Review, and three trade titles. In 2000, Gaspereau relocated to Kentville, Nova Scotia, where a printing press and bindery equipment were install ...…
The Biblio File: Hosted by Nigel Beale
Photo: Gaspereau Press. "Good reviewing," writes Carmine Starnino in the not-to-be-missed introduction to his A Lover’s Quarrel Essays and Reviews, "- reviewing that believes in literary failure – is invaluable because by calling one poem good and another less good, and adducing clear reasons for those claims, it offers one writerly interpretat ...…
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