Poets Joe Denham and Laisha Rosnau will both be featured in the Association of Book Publishers of BC’s Poetry in Transit project. In partnership with TransLink and BC Transit, the ABPBC produces sixteen poetry cards annually featuring the work of BC-authored and Canadian-published poets. The cards are displayed on buses and SkyTrains throughout the transit […]
AUGUST 2010: God of Missed Connections by Elizabeth Bachinsky has been nominated for the George Ryga Award for Social Awareness in Literature. Joining Gillian Jerome and Red Nest’s previously announced nomination for the Dorothy Livesay BC Book Prize for best book of poetry in the province (won by Fred Wah), Elizabeth Bachinsky and Laisha Rosnau […]
On Thursday, April 1, 2010 (UBC Bookstore Robson Square, 800 Robson Street), Elizabeth Bachinsky read from her Kobzar-shortlisted poetry collection God of Missed Connections at the Robson Reading Series. At the same series and venue on Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 7 pm, Gregory Scofield (pictured) read from his selected book of poems, kipocihkan, Gillian […]
Check out the recent review of Laisha Rosnau‘s spring poetry title Lousy Explorers: “The subtlety with which Rosnau evokes the range of human emotion is striking. Ambition, vulnerability, thoughtlessness, desire – so much is laid bare by the smallest of details…” To read the full review, visit the Globe and Mail.
Poets Elizabeth Bachinsky, Laisha Rosnau, Gregory Scofield, and novelist Andrew Binks, launched their spring books to a full house on Tuesday, May 5, 2009 at the Heritage Hall in Vancouver BC. Thanks to everyone who attended the festivities and bought books. For photos of the event, check out the gallery .
Elizabeth Bachinsky, Jennica Harper and Laisha Rosnau read at the Caledonia Reading Series, College of New Calendonia, in Prince George, BC on Tuesday, April 27, 2009. For more information, visit the event listing on Facebook.
The Edmonton Poetry Festival presented Elizabeth Bachinsky, Laisha Rosnau and Greg Scofield at this year’s PoFest (April 23 – 26, 2009 in Edmonton, Alberta). Check the Edmonton Poetry Festival website for more information.