November 16, 2010 Susan Briscoe, Daniel Scott Tysdal, Antony Di Nardo

Daniel Scott Tysdal is the author of The Mourner’s Book of Albums (Tightrope Books) and Predicting the Next Big Advertising Breakthrough Using a Potentially Dangerous Method (Coteau 2006), which received the ReLit Award for Poetry (2007) and the Anne Szumigalski Poetry Award (2006). His second book of poetry, The Mourner’s Book of Albums, is forthcoming in the Fall from Tightrope Books. He teaches creative writing at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

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Susan Briscoe

Susan Briscoe’s work has appeared in several of Canada’s literary journals. She has been shortlisted for the CBC Literary Awards and was the recipient of the 2001 Lina Chartrand Award for an emerging woman poet.This is her first book. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.

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Antony Di Nardo

Antony Di Nardo was born in Montreal and has lived in northwestern Ontario, Toronto, Oshawa, the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Germany, and Beirut. His poetry appears widely in journals across Canada and internationally. Both writer and teacher, he has worked as editor of a small town weekly newspaper, has contributed fiction reviews to Books in Canada, and writes fiction and non-fiction content for educational texts. He teaches at International College in Beirut.

His chapbooks, Three Poems and Speedwell, are published by Tibbits Hill Press of Sutton, Quebec, and his first full collection of poetry, Alien, Correspondent, was published by Brick Books in March 2010. Another book of poetry, Soul on Standby, was released by Exile Editions in April 2010.

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Interviews, photos and recording by Stephen Humphrey

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