It’s April, which means that it’s National Poetry Month, with means that Invisible is doing all sorts of poetry related stuff. We’re hosting events, raising glasses, feting the creators of our two most recent poetry collections: RE:UNION and BOURBON & EVENTIDE. You might have already heard a bit about what we’re up to, but here are a few more details…
We’re kicking things off on 22 April with a Halifax event featuring a variety of locals, including Invisible’s own Geordie Miller, who’ll be reading from RE:UNION for, like, the first time ever. Miller will be joined by Rachel Lebowitz (Cottonopolis | Pedlar Press), Richard Norman (Zero Kelvin | Biblioasis), and Sylvia Hamilton (And I Alone Escaped To Tell You | Gaspereau Press) at Argyle Fine Art on Barrington Street @ 18h30. You can find all the details HERE.
National Poetry Month in Halifax!
Argyle Fine Art • 1559 Barrington Street
Tuesday 22 April
You can catch Mike Spry, author of BOURBON & EVENTIDE, the next night at Toronto’s Poetry Month event. Mike will join Julie Joosten (Light Light | BookThug), Niki Koulouris (The sea with no one in it |The Porcupine’s Quill), Andrew Faulkner (Need Machine |Coach House Books), and Kathryn Mockler (The Saddest Place on Earth | DC Books) at Ben McNally Books on 23 April at 18h00. You can find all the details HERE.
National Poetry Month in Toronto!
Ben McNally Books • 366 Bay Street
Wednesday 23 April
*We have more fun events planned for later in the month, including solo launches/readings in Mtl (where Mike’s showing of B&E to a hometown crowd on Friday 25 April), Guelph, Toronto (where Geordie and his sister are both reading on 29 April). Keep your eyes peeled and watch this space for more details.