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Sherwin Tjia profiled in Capital Xtra!

Capital Xtra!, Ottawa's LGBT biweekly paper, ran a profile on author and artist Sherwin Tjia on April 15, 2009. The profile, written by Lorraine Garrison, paid special attention to Tjia's poetry collection The World Is A Heartbreaker.

Read the full article at www.xtra.ca:

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Nicole Brossard interviewed by Xtra!

Nicole Brossard, the critically lauded author of Fences in Breathing, was interviewed by Xtra! on the eve of the publication of her new novel and its launch in Toronto. Journalist Alice Lawlor asked her questions about Fences in Breathing and the politics of loving another woman:

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Xtra! talks to Sina Queyras about outsiderdom and expressways

Sina Queyras on alienation, poetry, queer sexuality and car culture (the latter is the subject of her new collection, Expressway) in this week's Xtra!:

'It's easy to spot Sina Queyras in a crowd. She's the one standing on the fringes of the group, fiddling with her camera or writing in a notebook. "I am usually marked as 'outsider,' she says — an observation that feeds into her poetry.

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Xtra! reviews Touch To Affliction

By Sandra Alland
Xtra!
December 7, 2006

Nathalie Stephens has published two books this year: the English auto-translation of Je Natahanael (BookThug; $15) and Touch To Affliction (Coach House; $17). These aren't collections of poems so much as poetic books. In some ways, each book continues where the last one ended, creating a cumulative narrative.

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