The book continues to be out in the world, and it’s been a real pleasure to encounter it on shelves and to get some very generous notes from people that have read it. The book has also received a bit of press:
There is a brief review from Jonathan Ball in one of his regular poetry-round-ups in the Winnipeg Free Press: “Anstee’s poems work best when they isolate something that might otherwise pass unnoticed.”
Liam Burke was kind enough to host me on CKCU’s long-running show Literary Landscapes, which can be listened to here.
a.m. kozak and Amanda Earl had me on their podcast, The Small Machine Talks, just this past week. I’m biased, clearly, but I thought it was a fascinating conversation about a large number of my small press interests/neuroses, and I’m very grateful to them for inviting me to the show.
I answered five questions over at Poetry Mini Interviews.
I also answered five questions in Electric City Magazine in anticipation of an upcoming reading in Peterborough. I’m reading alongside long-time friend, collaborator, Accord-ian, and Peterborough force-for-good Justin Million. Saturday July 21, 2018, 6pm, at the Garnet.
Jeff Macklin, the man responsible for these broadsides (produced in response to poems from the book, and available for purchase here!) and for Jackson Creek Press, will also be there for “a short chat.”
As always, more to follow.