Wednesday, February 16, 2011

InDigest WikiLeaks Centos E-Chapbook Anthology

The InDigest WikiLeaks Centos project began in early December 2010, shortly after WikiLeaks began releasing the 251,287 leaked cables from US embassies around the world. InDigest put out a call for submissions of centos (poems constructed from the work of other authors) based on the cables. There was an immediate response to the prompt and as the poems kept rolling in. We decided to create an anthology to give away for free. This anthology was released as a part of issue no. 19 of InDigest on February 1st, 2011.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

DAVID O'MEARA and GREGORY SCOFIELD at the Landon Library in Wortley Village, London, Ontario.

Join us
Wednesday February 16, 2011
at 7:30 pm
for a poetry reading with
at the Landon Library in Wortley Village, London, Ontario.
Prior to the readings, Poetry London's Michelle Doege will be facilitating a writing workshop and discussion of poetry by the evening's featured poets and two workshop participants. Our readings and workshops are free and open to all members of the public, and offer encouragement to developing writers, as well as providing an opportunity for writers in the group to exchange work and discuss poems by that night’s visiting poets.
Those interested are encouraged to attend the workshop at 6:30 pm.
No registration required.

About the featured poets:

DAVID O'MEARA’s The Vicinity (Brick Books, 2003) won the Archibald Lampman Award and was shortlisted for the Trillium Book Award for Poetry. Storm Still (McGill-Queens Press, 1999) was short-listed for the Gerald Lampert Award, and most recently, Noble Gas, Penny Black (Brick Books, 2008), won the Lampman-Scott Award. Born and raised in Pembroke, Ontario, he has lived in Ottawa, Vancouver, and Montreal, as well as Japan and South Korea.
GREGORY SCOFIELD's fifth collection of poems, Kipocihkan: Poems New & Selected (Nightwood Editions) was published in 2009, and both I Knew Two Metis Women with companion CD (Gabriel Dumont Institute) and Love Medicine and One Song (Kegedonce Press) were re-released in the same year. He is the subject of a feature-length documentary, Singing Home The Bones: A Poet Becomes Himself (The Maystreet Group, 2007), and currently lives in Maple Ridge, B.C.
Books will be available for sale following the reading.
All readings take place in the lower level of The Landon Library
167 Wortley Road
London Ontario
N6C 3P6

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