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Tag Archives: James Pollock
Every Friday, the PQ Weekly Roundup collects the most shared links in our social media network—bookish articles, reviews, quizzes, recommendations and more—in convenient digest form. James Pollock got personal on the blog, explaining to us how he first encountered … Continue reading
Whenever we publish a new volume in the Essential Poets Series, it begs the question, “Why include this poet in the series?” or “What makes him or her ‘essential’ in the context of Canadian poetry?” Today, our guest blogger James … Continue reading
It’s not exactly trendy nowadays to read the formal sort of poetry that rhymes. It somehow smacks of the schoolyard, or of scansion exercises and tedious essays. But there’s nevertheless an undeniable attraction in it, in slipping into the steady, … Continue reading
It’s usually a little jarring on November 1 when retailers start to put up their Christmas decorations. In some cases, the trappings of Halloween are still present when the Christmas garlands start to go up. As the Bay unveils its … Continue reading
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