Darren C. Demaree's new poem "Sparrow Bone" in Pirene's Fountain.
Darren C. Demaree's "Sparrow Bone" appears in the Pirene's Fountain - A Journal of Poetry.
Get the full poem at Pirene's Fountain.
Stay tuned for Darren's upcoming book from 8th House Publishing!
8th House Publishing is proud to announce the launch of Jason Price Everett's HYPODROME
6:00 P.M. May 24th, 2012 at Casa del Popolo, Montreal, Canada;
Casa del Popolo 4873 boul. St-Laurent, Montreal, canada
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Hypodrome by Jason Price Everett - Selected Poems
"Begin anywhere. Stop anywhere. Everything that can possibly be written now is a drop of rain upon its vast syncretic ocean... This future of our shared media Byzantium is obscenely bright."
148 pages. ISBN 978-1-926716-12-1 $18.88
Paul Catanu's "Heidegger's Nietzsche" reviewed in the Journal of Nietzsche Studies
"In taking up the problematic elements of Heidegger’s reading, Catanu forwards a novel thesis: Heidegger’s attempt to systematize Nietzsche’s thought via a single idea (will to power) was well motivated but didn’t go far enough, as it lacked sufficient strength to render the entire Nietzschean corpus coherent. It is thus Catanu’s thesis that “Nietzsche’s philosophy can be explained entirely in terms of this concept [Becoming].
Presented firmly as a piece of Nietzsche scholarship, Catanu’s text addresses a large number of Nietzsche’s texts and varying Nietzsche interpreters from both the analytic and the continental traditions, as well as tackles Nietzsche’s relation to Aristotle, Plato, Heraclitus, Hegel, and Gadamer in some depth. The result is a remarkably rigorous and thorough text that pursues its goal with a singular focus."
- Justin Laleh © 2012, courtesy of The Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Vol 43, Spring 2012
Online access to the Journal of Nietzsche studies is available through the City University of New York here.
New Videos - "Maple Vedas" by K. Gandhar Chakravarty
K. Gandhar Chakravarty's interview on Toronto's OMNI-TV and footage of the launch are now available. Come back for more videos soon!
Maple Vedas Launch - Part I.
Gandhar's interview on OMNI-TV.
"Unfictions is a remarkable achievement and issues a profound challenge to the literary landscape of today."
- The Antigonish Review
Read the full review here.
Charles Talkoff will be reading from his upcoming work at the Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, USA.
Get a sneak preview into his upcoming work, "The Love Song of J. Edgar Hoover", to be released in early 2012.
Friday, November 4th, 2011. 19:00. Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus, Gillman Hall, Baltimore, USA.
Richard King will be reading from his "Accounting for Crime" at the Books and Breakfast event, October 30th, at the Sheraton Centre, in downtown Montreal.
Jason Price Everett's piece Intimate Landscapes has been shortlisted for CBC's 2011 Quebec Writing Competition. Find out more about the competition here.
A poem of his, "Pennyante Strychnine," (from his soon-coming collection "Hypodrome") appears in the Spring 2011 issue of CV2 - Contemporary Verse, The Canadian Journal of Poetry and Critical Writing, vol. 33, issue 4. See it here.
Jason Price Everett is the author of "Unfictions" and soon-coming "Hypodrome".
K. Gandhar Chakravarty, author of "Maple Vedas" and "Kolkata Dreams" is interviewed in South Africa. In the streets of Durban where he performs his music and recites his poetry, he is being hailed a 'Shakespeare' of Canada. Learn about his research into the Nazarites and watch the video here.
Courtesy of SABC-TV NEWS, (c) 2011
Mark Foss's "Spoilers" hits #3 on the Collected Works Best Seller's List
Jason Price Everett's short story "Sepsis" appears in the Spring Issue of Underground Voices Magazine. Read "Cent ans apres l'exposition"online here.
Jason Price Everett's "Requiem for Ulrike" appears in the Spring/Summer Issue of Brand Magazine. See an excerpt here. Learn more about his novel Unfictions.
Frederick E. Bryson reads from his "Crossing to Tadoussac" at The Grove Park Mall, in Asheville, North Carolina, USA, June 3, 2011.