Poetry in the Morning

Janet Aston

When:
April 22, 2017 @ 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
2017-04-22T10:00:00-04:00
2017-04-22T11:00:00-04:00
Where:
Lipson Room, upstairs at Books & Company
289 Main Street
Picton
ON K0K 2T0
Cost:
$10.00 for both morning sessions
Contact:
Books & Company
613-476-3037

Poetry in the Morning – moderated by David Sweet

  • Michael E. Casteel (The Last White House at the End of the Row of White Houses)
  • Jim Nason (Touch Anywhere to Begin)
  • Zoe Whittall (The Emily Valentine Poems)

About the authors:

Michael E. Casteel

Michael E. Casteels is the author of over a dozen chapbooks of poetry. In 2012, he was nominated for The Premier’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts, an emerging artist award. He lives in Kingston, where he runs Puddles of Sky PressThe poems in his book The Last White House at the End of the Row of White Houses teem with delightful and confusing life, from workhorses and dinosaurs to wolves and kings. Alternately spare and lush, surreal and precise, these poems work their way under the skin to sing gorgeous songs to the heart.


Jim Nason

Jim Nason’s award-winning poems, essays, and stories have been published in literary journals and anthologies throughout the United States and Canada, including The Best Canadian Poetry in English. He is also the author of a novel, The Housekeeping Journals, and a short-story collection, The Girl on the Escalator. His latest book of poetry is Touch Anywhere to Begin.  He lives in Toronto.


Zoe Whittall

Zoe Whittall is the author of The Best Ten Minutes of Your Life, The Emily Valentine Poems, and Precordial Thump, and the editor of Geeks, Misfits, & Outlaws. Her debut novel Bottle Rocket Hearts made the Globe and Mail Top 100 Books of the Year and CBC Canada Reads’ Top Ten Essential Novels of the Decade. Her second novel Holding Still for as Long as Possible won a Lambda Literary Award and was an American Library Association Stonewall Honor Book. Born in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, she has an MFA from the University of Guelph and lives in Toronto.  Her latest novel is Best Kind of People.