Writing

 

Job Shadowing, a novel (BookThug Press), April 2016

Leks Teto blog interviews me about being BookThug Fiction Editor, March 2016

Jess Taylor interviews me about Job Shadowing, March 2016

Excerpt from Job Shadowing, Eleven Eleven journal, January 2016

Interview with Josh Massey, BookThug Blog, January 2016

Interview with Jean Marc Ah-Sen, BookThug Blog, December 2015

Intersections with Myung Feyen (an essay), August 2015

Interview with Mike Steeves, BookThug Blog, May 2015

Interview with Carellin Brooks, BookThug Blog, April 2015

Interview with Alisha Piercy, Lemonhound, January 2015

My best-of choice for 2014 books, in Maisonneuve, December 2014

Self-Control: an interview with Marianne Apostolides, The Puritan, November 2014

Opportunities and Profits in the Coming Great Depression, Part 2, Maisonneuve magazine, Summer 2014

Opportunities and Profits in the Coming Great Depression, Part 1, Maisonneuve magazine, Spring 2014

Interview with Jacob Wren, BookThug Blog, Spring 2014

• “Group Writing,” C Magazine, Spring 2014

Let’s Make the Void a Better Place, Joyland, December 2013

• “Images of Reading,” lecture for the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery Sunday Scene Program, August 18, 2013

Drift: the exhaust of their effects, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, June 2013 (pdf)

Field Trips (excerpts), Gone Lawn, July 2012

Gass’s Avant-garde, Big Other, August 2011

• Field Trips (excerpts), The Coming Envelope, Summer 2011

Between Gut and Intellect: Conceptual Writing and the Postmodern Sublime, Border Crossings, May 2011

• from 1001 Xanadus, with François Lemieux, Drunken Boat, July 2011

Review of Kenzaburo Oe’s The Changeling, The Globe and Mail, March 2010

Review of Arkadii Dragomoshchenko’s Dust, This Ain’t the Rosedale Library blog, April 2009

Review of Jon Paul Fiorentino’s Stripmalling, The Globe and Mail, March 2009

Review of Marianne Apostolides’s Swim, The Globe and Mail, February 2009

Negotiating the Natural: Celeste Toogood’s Far Off Kin, Open Studio, 2009 (pdf)

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