We're so excited to launch our latest issues of antilang. and soundbite! Check out some amazing short work from established and emerging writers across Canada and beyond. Read antilang. no. 3 and listen to soundbite vol. 2 and tell us what you think!
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”
ryan fitzpatrick is rounding out our soundbite previews, which means we're just about ready to launch the collected volume! ryan has a second poem appearing in soundbite as well as two others in antilang., so get ready to hear and read a lot more from him. ryan fitzpatrick lives and writes in Toronto. He is… Continue reading soundbite Preview: ryan fitzpatrick’s “Why Whatever It Is Sucks”
Luke Kernan is a Ph.D. student at the University of Victoria. His research involves psychosis narratives and how to translate these sensory, trance-like experiences into a comics-poetry volume.
A Toronto-based poet and lover of caves, Carol Krause’s writing explores the gift and wound in mental disruption. Carol supports youth to make meaning of their experiences through discussion and art. You can read more of her work in antilang. no. 3, coming soon!
Sarah Varnam is a queer, disabled, and neurodivergent Toronto-based writer, artist, and editor, as well as the founder of The Quilliad Press. They have two parrots and worry too much.
Emily Campbell lives on Treaty Six territory. She runs a bi-weekly writing group and her work has appeared in two anthologies, Let’s Fly Away and The Bolo Tie Collective Vol. 3. She has two other poems appearing in antilang. no. 3.
We thought we'd start our antilang. no. 3 previews with one of the issue's shortest pieces. A dual citizen of Canada and the USA, Miles lives with his family in Bellingham, Washington, where he works the graveyard shift at a non-profit housing facility.
T. A. Hunchak is a writer and poet from Edmonton, Alberta. She enjoys studying languages living and dead and exploiting her library job to indoctrinate children with fantasy literature.
We're almost ready to launch antilang. no. 3 and soundbite vol. 2, which means it's time for some previews! Andriana Minou is one of only a few international contributors this time around, but her intense blend of spoken word poetry and rhythmic vocals makes her piece "Lake Labyrinth" the perfect first pick for our winter… Continue reading soundbite Preview: Andriana Minou’s “Lake Labyrinth”