Raise your hand if January came out of nowhere and left just as quick! With our online launch of antilang. no. 3 and soundbite vol. 2 and our upcoming hard-copy launch, we were super busy (and we know all of you were too) so we decided that instead of a new contest for February, we… Continue reading Jan/Feb Flash Contest Reveal
Hello ALP supporters! This last month we successfully launched our annual print edition of antilang. (no. 2-3) in both Saskatoon and Calgary and at these launches we had the pleasure of announcing that we have received our first federal grant! In keeping with our policy of transparency, we wanted to let you know what this… Continue reading On Money and Vision: or, We Got a Grant!
Exciting news for our readers: we've upgraded our software and you can now read all issues of antilang. on any device via Issuu! Check out no. 3's new look below, or revisit no. 2 and no. 1 on their new pages. http://issuu.com/antilangmag/docs/antilang._no._3?e=37031904/67874651
Michaela Stephen is a writer, events coordinator, and ESL instructor. She recently completed her Master of Arts in English Literature at the University of Calgary in 2017. Her fiction and poetry have previously been published by antilang., Awkward Mermaid magazine, and The Impressment Gang. She lives in Calgary with her cat Banana Loaf. Last year,… Continue reading Reader Spotlight: Michaela Stephen
Paul Meunier is an English PhD student at the University of Calgary, studying experimental poetry. Paul also has a photography background, and he explores relationships between visual art, poetry, and subject representation. Listen to Paul's robot-sex poem "Ionize" in soundbite vol. 2, then come to Shelf Life Books tonight to hear him read new work! @polywog81
Allison Iriye is a recent University of Calgary graduate who writes about the people in (and out) of her life. She spends her time chasing various creative projects, baking for loved ones, and winding up in trouble. Like co-founding editor and name-sharer Allie McFarland, Alliye was on the Nōditorial team at the U of C.
Taylor Skaalrud has no official creative credentials; virtually incapable of formality, he regularly substitutes snark in its place. He’ll have you know that passively submitting one’s bio is likely to have it eaten by zombies. Taylor's bio is co-authored by his decade's worth of friendship with the co-founding editors. Come out and hear his story… Continue reading Reader Spotlight: Taylor Skaalrud
Tasnuva Hayden is an emerging Canadian writer of Bengali descent, residing in Calgary. She studied creative writing linguistics, and engineering at the University of Calgary. Her creative writing has appeared in NōD Magazine, J’aipur Journal, chapbooks, and anthologies. Tasnuva previously worked with Jordan as a collective reader before taking over as the Fiction Editor at… Continue reading Reader Spotlight: Tasnuva Hayden
Amy LeBlanc is the author of two chapbooks, most recently Ladybird, Ladybird (Anstruther Press 2018). Her debut book of poetry, I know something you don't know, is forthcoming in Spring 2020 with Gordon Hill Press. Her work has also appeared in Room, The Puritan, and Prairie Fire, along with many others. Amy is the current Non-Fiction Editor… Continue reading Reader Spotlight: Amy LeBlanc