Rumpus: There are more events to be had, in Canada and abroad, but what are some lessons that you’ve learned while touring for this book? Koul: 1) Teach people how to say your first and last names before they go up to a microphone. 2) Sit up straight at live events. 3) One glass of wine is not enough,Continue reading “interview w/ scaachi koul”
Sometimes being a poet means something inside you snaps, but not like a balloon too close to the ceiling. It bends and begs and burrows, and you, flailing like a sad firefly, break all the things you’re not supposed to break, trying to find it. You start with the things that keep you sane, andContinue reading “review: AN ARRANGEMENT OF SKIN by anna journey”
Scratching her head, she says, “Do you want to know how I wrote the book? That’s something that hasn’t been written up yet.”
In this fairy tale, Hoang is a “bad feminist” and her sister is the Sleeping Beauty.
The story you remember from history class is not, should not, cannot, be the only story.