So I was reading along in this fine copy I recently picked up of Ralph Gustafson’s Sequences when I came… Read more Competing Mythologies: Comparison is not Inclusion
One novel, one poetry collection, and grant writing. In the midst of a heavy writing season here at the old… Read more Rail Jumping: Working Two Genres at Once
Let’s start with this: I received the first physical copy of my first book of poetry, Big Medicine Comes to… Read more Weight of Just One Small Book
Talk of course leads to more reading and then turning on a feed from the station that provided a soundtrack to your life a decade back.
Let me start this by saying that while I am from Canada and have returned here some two years ago,… Read more Money over Craft: Corporate Publishing and the Stagnation of CanLit
The view from the office now is of trees in full-leaf and the steady hungry scavenging of grackles on the… Read more Update from the Desk of D.A. Lockhart: Exactly What Have I Been Up To?
So, in truth, I’ve found myself going back through a great deal of the classics that inhabit the bookshelves of… Read more Looking Inward from the Fallen World: Some Thoughts of Phaedrus and the Things We Choose to Read
Lace & Pyrite: Letters from Two Gardens by Ross Gay & Aimee Nezhukumatathil Organic Weapon Arts, 2014 ISBN: 978-0-9827106-6-1… Read more Epistles from the Land: A Review of Lace & Pyrite: Letters from Two Gardens
It’s been a busy week at ’round the desk. The press has picked up a second book this week and… Read more Manuscripts Abound and the Waning Darkness of Winter: From the Desk of D.A. Lockhart
Having problems easing your way into the night? I was until I found Mr. Charles Bradley. Now you have. Go… Read more Mr. Charles Bradley: Where that Soul at?