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“Poems are usually way more important to me than poets” – A chat with Mark Lavorato

This Porcupette’s been busy asking lots of questions of some fine PQL authors recently, and Mark Lavorato, whose poetry collection Wayworn Wooden Floors is forthcoming from the Quill in Spring 2012, has a lot to talk about. With two books … Continue reading

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The Porcupine’s Quill Around the Web (and some tweetspam frustration!)

The Quill has been all over the web recently, so I thought I’d gather some of my favourite links to share with you all! If you haven’t joined the haiku theatre contest, to win a copy of Shane Neilson’s collection … Continue reading

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