Renown Jamaican author, Pamela Mordecai will be reading from her collection of poetry, Subversive Sonnets, this Saturday at 2pm at Bookland, 53 Knutsford Blvd. Ms. Mordecai hasn’t read in Jamaica since 2001! See Subversive Sonnets for an interview with Pamela Mordecai.
YardEdge talks to Pamela Mordecai about her latest collection of poems, Subversive Sonnets. YE: Tell us about your new book, Subversive Sonnets. PCM: It’s a collection of poetry, my fifth and the most challenging to write. It’s been long in the making. My books are usually about five years apart,
Jamaican author and poet, Pamela Mordecai launches her fifth collection of poems entitled Subversive Sonnets on Thursday, September 20th, 6:30-8:30pm at Beit Zatoun House, 612 Markham Street, Toronto (Bathurst Station, beside Honest Eds). Admission is free; there will be a reading, book signing and light refreshments. About Subversive Sonnets: These
YardEdge thanks Bianca Welds for this contribution of her poetry in support of World Poetry Day celebrated yesterday. By day, Bianca is Assistant Manager at a web development company, one step on her path to using technology to help creative organisations succeed, but after sunset, her own creative muse emerges
YardEdge’s guest blogger, Karen Hutchinson talks to Millicent Graham. Confession time: the very first time I saw Millicent Graham I thought she was a flake. Why? It was the Calabash Literary Festival 2009, she was slated to read from her spanking new collection of poetry, The Damp in Things, and