Tag: Gerald Hill

Nice review of I Tumble Through the Diamond Dust in Star*Line

A nice review of I Tumble Through the Diamond Dust, my collection of science fiction and fantasy poetry, written by Lisa Timpf, appeared recently in Star*Line, the journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. I Tumble Through the Diamond Dust grew out of the 2016 Poetry Month challenge by then-Saskatchewan Poet Laureate Gerald Hill. Each …

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A review of Line Dance. Apparently I have a sense of humour. Who knew?

Here’s the first review I’ve seen of Line Dance, the collection of poems that resulted from…well, I’ll let the reviewer explain, because I’m tired of typing various versions of this: Each weekday during Poetry Month in April, Hill [Poet Laureate Gerald Hill] e-mailed SK Writers’ Guild members a pair of first lines he’d selected from SK …

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Hear me read a Hallowe’eny poem

Looking for something both poetic and Hallowe’eny? (And who isn’t?) The Science Fiction Poetry Association has a page of audio files of SFPA members reading their Hallowe’en-related poems–and it includes a file of me reading “He Really Should Have Written,” one of the poems I wrote for Poet Laureate Gerald Hill’s “First Lines” project back …

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Seven-sentence stories from Creating in the Qu’appelle

I had the great pleasure last Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday to be one of the writer-instructors at Creating in the Qu’appelle, an annual teen writing camp held at Dallas Valley Ranch Camp outside Regina. (The others were Chris Fisher, Gerald Hill, and Steven Galloway.) Over the course of the 2 1/2 days, I conducted four …

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