Gatherings | Issue 22
SMLTA Recommends: Jen Sookfong Lee, Liz Howard, Alicia Elliott, Canisia Lubrin, Dionne Brand, Jeanne Dielman, Tanis MacDonald, Nikki Reimer, 1366 Books, Lynda Barry, Kathy Fish
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What is your favourite film from 1973. I’m collecting a list of films to watch over the holidays.
Superfan: How Pop Culture Broke My Heart, a memoir by Jen Sookfong Lee coming in January 2023.
Unsettling Poetry: Land-Based Strategies for Generating Poems with Liz Howard - January 14, 2023 - The FOLD
Scientists finally know why we catch colds and flu in winter.
Loblaws asks customers to tackle food insecurity and it did not go well, Blog TO
Alicia Elliot on If an Egyptian Cannot Speak English, CBC
A conversation mediated by art with Canisia Lubrin and Dionne Brand, The Yale Review
Breaking our cultural silence around menopause by Sue Carter in Catapult Magazine
On writing the zero draft:
Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles by Chantal Akerman tops the Sights and Sounds Poll
Digital habits and the environment, The Walrus
Tanis MacDonald tells us about her book of essays Straggle
Nikki Reimer’s essay “Grief Turns Us All Into Vultures”
Drawing Together with Lynda Barry!
Stuart Ross will be editing Guernica Editions experimental fiction imprint 1366 Books! Exciting!
On Literary Success by Kathy Fish
The demise of Bookforum, The New Yorker
Issue #22 of Send My Love to Anyone
Lynne Tillman on Two Serious Ladies
Excerpt from The Opportunist by Elyse Friedman
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