Please join Toronto Lit Up and Brick Books for the virtual launch of Lindsay B-e’s The Cyborg Anthology. Featuring Cyborg poetry readings by Larissa Lai, Ryan North, Tyler Pennock, and Irfan Ali. There will also be prizes and a live Q&A with the author. A special thanks to McNally Robinson Booksellers in Saskatoon and Another … Continue reading The Cyborg Anthology Trailer, Launch
There’s been more traffic on this site since the RPG game I wrote for the kids got posted on The Compendium of Free Tabletop Role-Playing Games. Much obliged to them for including it in their list. Adventure Two has been added, where players will have to solve another magical mystery in the Shepherd’s Crossing School of … Continue reading Shepherd’s Crossing Adventure Two Added
I’ve got a poem in the final issue of Poetry is Dead Magazine. It’s the “Small Town” issue and my poem is about an incident outside of Clavet, SK where a train ran over a bunch of cows. You can purchase a copy here. The launch is next week in Toronto and I’m looking forward … Continue reading Poetry is Dead Cows
Kierkegaard (RIP) | Robot | McFeely | Riker | Leia
I feel strange about this poem now. I wrote it about my fear of Kierkegaard’s death, and when he passed away in December, a few days short of his 14th birthday, I was across the world from him in New Zealand. To quote my own poem, his demise also “happened offscreen”. I’m still quite sad … Continue reading Snoot
I’ve got a poem about eating bugs in this anthology: With You: Withdrawn Poetry of the #MeToo Movement. You can purchase a copy at the Peach Mag link above. All profits from the anthology go to the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund.
I’ve got a chapbook released through bird, buried press! The launch is this Saturday. (event link) It’s a selection from The Cyborg Anthology, with exclusive poems that aren’t in the full collection. The chapbook will be available for purchase through the bird, buried press Etsy page. UPDATE: Some photos from the launch (below) and click here … Continue reading Our Cyborg History
You find some strange things sorting through store rooms and filing cabinets in old Anglican churches. Recently, I came across a decades-old scrapbook with Bible stories for children glued into it. Instead of recycling the crumbling book, I brought it home with the intention of cutting out the images for art projects. As I pulled … Continue reading Out of Context Sunday School