It’s late and I’m tired. Let’s be honest.
I also like lists. Here’s another:
*On May 28th, I read in Amherstburg with the talented Carolyn Black and Robert Earl Stewart. Kim Hutchinson reviews the night.
*Another Spring – A Renga in 27 parts by 27 Toronto poets for Japan. A wonderful project by Toronto To Japan. Thanks to the wonderful Sachiko Murakami for putting this together.
*I recently completed a project with the visionary Carolyn Black: Mind:Hand. Carolyn wrote the words; I drew the illustrations; neither one knew what the other one was doing. Also: Carolyn Black’s launch for her debut collection of short stories, The Odious Child (Nightwood Editions), will be on May 26th in Toronto. The stories are, well, astounding. Come to the launch and pick up a copy.
*Poet Angela Hibbs interviewed me for Open Book Toronto.
& recent(ish) mentions:
* “Down East, they’re “uniquely hard to discourage,” National Post (Danila Botha)
*”They’ve yet to top Homer,” National Post (Michael Lista)
*”Maisonneuve’s Best Books of 2010,” Maisonneuve (Rebecca Rosenblum)
I’m sleepy. That’s all I’ve got. Oh, and this.