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Rachel Thompson 💗📚 Feb 19
Poet and writer LitMagLove-ly has a poem in the latest 06 😍✍️
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Runaway Supernova Feb 12
"the real price of transphobia isn’t just measured in legal protections or limitations on our ability to participate in public life...It’s weighted in the thousands of small moments of joy and comfort stolen from us"
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canthius Feb 12
Canthius board member is participating in an amazing fundraiser for affordable housing. This cold and snowy winter has brought the need for afforable housing in Canada into stark relief. Please consider a donation if you're able and stay cozy out there!
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Manahil Bandukwala Feb 8
What a way to celebrate the release of such a great issue, with three fantastic readers. I’m super excited for March 9th and you should be too!
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canthius Feb 8
Replying to @ashley_hynd
Cheering you on, !
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julie morrissy Feb 8
I call this “Return to Ottawa Part II”. Stay tuned for details of Part I
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Paola Ferrante Feb 8
Really looking forward to reading at this one!
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canthius Feb 8
We're launching issue 06 in Ottawa on Saturday, March 9th ! Come raise a glass and hear readings from , & Sanita Fejzić. Or, get the new issue right to your mailbox:
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canthius Feb 4
From , 7 Black Nova Scotian writers you should be reading, including whose short story "Relic" is excerpted on our blog.
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canthius Jan 22
So thrilled to hear that editorial board member won 's Emerging Writer Award! It could not be better deserved! Check out this interview with Manahil about her (many) poetic and artistic projects and influences.
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 4
has an open call for poetry and prose submissions until April 1st: ! No joke: women and genderqueer writers--including transgender men, nonbinary and Two-Spirit writers--can submit up to 5 poems now!
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Isabella Wang Jan 3
Happy to announce that my debut poetry chapbook is forthcoming with Baseline Press this fall! Surprise! Included are poems featured in , , , and !
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canthius Jan 3
Fantastic news! Congrats!
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Frances Boyle Jan 2
I'm super-proud to be associated with Canthius (as a past contributor and now as part of their reviews team). Do consider submitting!
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canthius Jan 2
is kicking off 2019 with an open call for poetry and prose submissions. Send us your writing on any theme by April 1, 2019! Spread the word!!
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Ashley Hynd Jan 2
I am deeply humbled and honoured to be joining this phenomenal team of writers! Chi-miigwech for this beautiful opportunity to up-lift other's voices!
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canthius Jan 1
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canthius Jan 1
Happy new year! Our team of feminist writing enthusiasts just keeps on growing. Let’s kick off 2019 by welcoming to our editorial board! If you love all that is weird and wonderful, you'll love Leah and her writing. 🥳
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Guernica Editions Dec 31
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes, written by was reviewed by Jennifer Pederson for ! "These poems ease toward a conclusion, and it's one in which the past can be contained and the future stepped into freely." Link:
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