antilang. Preview: Lisa Baird’s “When I think of him now”

Lisa Baird's pointedly pithy poem is our final antilang. preview, meaning no. 3 is just around the corner! "When I think of him now" is the first of Lisa's three poems in the issue.Lisa Baird is a poet & a queer white settler living on Attawandaron/Mississaugas of the New Credit territory (Guelph, ON). She’d rather… Continue reading antilang. Preview: Lisa Baird’s “When I think of him now”

antilang. Preview: Kevin Stebner’s “Oilspill”

While our mandate says we like: good. short. writing., we're also interested in genre-defying/blurring work that avoids easy categorisation. This constraint-based-visual poem is one of the most different pieces in our second issue and the closest we have come to printing visual art. Now that you've read his project description, head over to antilang. no.… Continue reading antilang. Preview: Kevin Stebner’s “Oilspill”

antilang. Preview: Melinda Jane – The Poet Mj’s “Kit”

Melinda Jane - The Poet Mj's "Kit" is a structurally unique piece in antilang., a micro-novel written in verse. Jump to page 25 of the new issue and see the full arc unfold.Melinda Jane – The Poet Mj: writer, spoken word artist with explorations in soundscapes, improv music in the performing arts. Poems in Thirty… Continue reading antilang. Preview: Melinda Jane – The Poet Mj’s “Kit”