I wrote this poem called riverboat gambler. And now it appears in the Winter issue of Contemporary Verse 2. Now that's something to smile about.
This fall, over 700 schools received free copies of Catch That Catfish! and Hope and the Walleye . And now, these posters are finding their way into teacher's mail cubbies . . . thanks to Fish Futures Inc. and the Manitoba Fisheries Enhancement Fund.
tip #1 - proofread poster!
hawking wares in the bazaar, that is where you will find me.
Thank you to Anne Nesbitt, a volunteer with the Deep Bay Artist in Residence Program at Clear Lake.
"He thinks that, nowadays, prairie culture, particularly in Manitoba, is more defined by lake life than by farm life."
Thanks to the Manitoba Arts Council and the Friends of Riding Mountain National Park, I will be at Clear Lake for the week of August 6th staying in a log cabin built in 1934 for RCAF pilots. I'll be working on poems from a new series called The Lake. Click here for event information.
The Winnipeg Review has published three poems from my new work Shot in the Woods. Click here and read the Summer Issue - This is Your Brain on Books.
"Winnipeg musicians pay tribute to Golden State-based and related bands Operation Ivy, Screeching Weasel and The Runaways this Saturday at the Pyramid Cabaret. Dubbed Oh! California!, the summertime show serves as a fundraiser for Call*Response."
Read more of Jared Story's article Good vibes from the Golden State in the current issue of Uptown Magazine.
Ian Goodwillie's review of The Imagination Manifesto: Book Three appears in the current issue of The Winnipeg Review.
Nathan Terin and I in the glow of the Park Theatre. Thanks to Joey Senft for the picture.