Williams and Robinson

Giller Prize-winner Ian Williams (l.) will converse with the U.S.’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Marilyn Robinson on the craft of writing, themes and the power of fiction at Vancouver Writers Fest. FULL STORY

From poetry to hockey

June 22nd, 2020

Not many poets can claim to have poetry collections in esteemed journals as well as hockey columns in sports magazines. Curtis LeBlanc is one such writer. His work has appeared in the Malahat Review, Prairie Fire, EVENT, Geist and Arc among others. He is also an occasional hockey columnist for NHL Numbers. LeBlanc’s debut poetry collection Little Wild (Nightwood 2018) was followed up with Birding in the Glass Age of Isolation (Nightwood $18.95). The latter explores the social implications of social illness and asks questions about the effects of anxiety on behavior. 978-0-88971-368-0

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