Hey everyone! We know you're all eager to read the latest in our trio of themed antilang. issues—Abrupt Environments—but it's been even longer since you've had the chance to hear from us. So, we are very excited to present the long-await 4th volume of soundbite! This volume has everything we love about orality and performance. It… Continue reading soundbite vol. 4 is LIVE!
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”
Paul is a returning voice to The ALP, check out his poem "Orion" in our inaugural issue. Delight in this robot sex poem! 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.
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.
You aren't out of the woods yet; we've got a few more previews for you now that antilang. no. 2 and soundbite vol. 1 are out! Neil Surkan's "A Walk" engages with the thingness of things and the spaces they occupy, both in our world and our memories. He is one of two soundbite-exclusive contributors… Continue reading soundbite Preview: Neil Surkan’s “A Walk”
eeeyowhacklonk bangeth zok aieee bangeth As soon as we read the opening line to Nathan Dueck's onomatopoeic poem "Kapowieeee" we knew we had to accelerate our plans to publish soundbite as an audio counterpart to antilang. Dueck's quirky narrative—a comic book-esque fist fight stripped of all but the sound effects—is the first piece for which we… Continue reading soundbite Preview: Nathan Dueck’s “Kapowieeee”