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Feminist magazine publishing poetry & prose by women and genderqueer writers. Funded by
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Our sincerest congratulations to canthius editorial board member and contributor , winner of this year’s bpNichol chapbook award! Huge congrats also to the amazingly talented of Baseline Press!
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canthius Nov 15
Replying to @chuqiaoyang
Yay Teresa!!!
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Ashley Hynd Nov 15
here is how it begins – with the children. tell me, do you know what a mother would do for love, for the water she carried in her womb is Exodus by it is a truly beautiful poem
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canthius Nov 12
Canthius will be at in TO this coming Saturday (Nov. 17th) and at the ottawa small press book fair the Saturday following. We'll be selling copies of issue 05, discounted copies of back issues plus Canthius tote bags and stickers feat. artwork by Alisha Davidson!
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League of Can. Poets Nov 8
Proudly presenting the 1st open : LGBTQI2S Poets are invited to submit 1-3 poems to this project in celebration of queer voices that continue to enrich, question & propel lit in Canada. We are thrilled to be working w guest editor
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canthius Nov 8
Yes, also heard the interview and you explained your position very clearly. How frustrating.
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canthius Nov 8
Hush No More is a project of creative resilience against rape culture w/ all proceeds going toward legal fees to support those who've spoken out against sexual harassment in the literary community. Please consider contributing if you can.
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canthius Nov 4
- Harvest Moon was everything to me when I was younger. Its sooo good. haha.
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canthius Nov 3
Now on our website, "First Flood" by issue 05 contributor . There's something magical and witchy abt this poem; perfect post-Halloween/Samhain reading! Want more poems by Emily? Purchase her chapbook, Biometrical, from
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Fainting Couch Feminists Oct 30
There are many distressed women writers in right now and I think a good way to support them is to buy their lovely books. For starters I recommend 's Pedal and 's A Mind Spread Out on the Ground. Preorder here:
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canthius Oct 29
Replying to @arcpoetry @ashley_hynd
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Arc Poetry Magazine Oct 26
is sharing poetry from issue 05 on their webpage, including My Partner Reads Gregory Scofield by : ! Give this site a look.
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canthius Oct 29
Today we're sharing an excerpt from issue 05 contributor 's "Relic," a story abt the evolution of anti-Black racism in Canada and the cont'd threat of violence against Black communities in our nation.
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canthius Oct 27
Fresh chapbooks by Canthius contributors and available at soon!
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Tanis MacDonald Oct 26
My choice is 's poem "My Partner reads Gregory Scofield" in : "wondering/ how the river/ got so wide." Check it out here:
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canthius Oct 26
"he pulls his teeth through the pages clean of the blood spilt by the words" Read "My Partner Reads Gregory Scofield" by issue 05 contributor . Ashley's poetry is a reclamation of her Indigenous history -- her work is crucial and profound!
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Lauren Turner Oct 22
My two poems that appeared in issue 05 of are online and ready to be gazed upon. 👀👀
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John Elizabeth Stintzi (*on break) Oct 22
FRIENDS. THESE POEMS, THESE POEMS. "Task the poets with rebreeding the expressions our tongues have civilized." "Public commentary is graffiti we spent longer cleaning than reading." AND OTHER VERY GOOD LINES. THEY ARE SO GOOD. READ THEM.
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canthius Oct 22
"Task the poets with rebreeding the expressions our tongues have civilized." In "Modern Diction," issue 05 contributor Lauren Turner () asks us to re-think the concept of bedroom communities. Check it out!
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Minola Review Oct 15
Can't make a second anthology until we clear out the first. That's why it's your lucky day. Anthologies are now 50% off! That's right, only $12.50 while they last. Get in there and support women.
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