Fri, Oct 28|
TAP Centre for Creativity
Antler River Poetry presents Phil Hall and Mark Goldstein
Phil Hall will be launching his new book, The Ash Bell. Mark Goldstein will be reading from a soon to be published new work called Endlossong (2023), as well as Earish by Robert Kelly (just published by Beautiful Outlaw Press). *Please note that this will be a masked event*
Time & Location
Oct 28, 2022, 6:00 p.m.
TAP Centre for Creativity, 203 Dundas St, London, ON N6A 1G4, Canada
About The Event
** Please note that, to ensure the well-being of all of our community members, this will be a mask-mandatory event. **
Phil Hall's work has been widely published and recognized by appreciative readers across the country. He has won the Governor General’s Literary Award for Poetry in English, and Ontario’s Trillium Book Award. He has served as writer-in-residence at many Canadian institutions, including the University of New Brunswick and the Pierre Berton House in the Yukon. He is the founder of Flat Singles Press, and is also a valued editor. His previous book with Beautiful Outlaw Press is Toward a Blacker Ardour (2021). He lives near Perth, Ontario.
Mark Goldstein is the author of five books including the award-winning Form of Forms (BookThug, 2012) and Her Process (Beautiful Outlaw, 2021). Goldstein is a writer, translator, and editor whose poetry and criticism have appeared in periodicals and journals such as The Capilano Review, Periodicities, and Jacket2. He lives in Cabbagetown, Toronto.
Learn more about these publications and Beatiful Outlaw press HERE
and more about Antler River Poetry HERE