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Alastair Larwill: Word hold no weight when the concrete

You may have seen the post up about Eco-Jest-Us at Local Tourist.

For the next few days I’m going to post a poem a day sample from the Eco-Jest-Us readers. I’ll start out with Alastair Larwill.


He may be packing chapbooks should you happens across him, such as at the next Writers Fest. He will next be performing at Messagio Galore VIII at Writers Fest May 1st. He’ll also be hosting Sasquatch on Sunday, May 22nd at 2PM in the basement of the Royal Oak on Laurier when I’ll be the feature reader.

Related posts:

  1. Larwill and Radmore Two Eco-Jest-Us readers are in the media this week, radio and print: Christine McNair speaks with Alastair Larwill on CKCU Lit Landscapes, tonight, 6:30 PM (Sasquatch reading series, sound poetry...
  2. Hold Onto Your Cape Natalie Zina Walschots reads Supervillains at the Mercury Lounge on the 7th. (Link has an audio interview). And here is her postcard music reviews. And a month and a half...
  3. Notes from Jim Larwill Thinking over what Jim Larwill said and putting down things to digest where I can find it again – namely the internet. Works for everything else in existance out here.:P...

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