Just over a year ago I was invited to speak on a panel titled Editors Talking Editing: The Other Side of Submittable as part of Concordia University's Off The Page literary festival.
Kailey Havelock, who facilitated the discussion, asked panellists beforehand what they envisioned the future of publishing to be in an increasingly digital world (tall order!).
"Digital spaces have destabilized some of the old guard’s print oligopoly—suddenly there’s this breathing room for risk and innovation, for interdisciplinary and multimedia work, for more fragmented tastes. At the same time, the unfiltered glut of “stuff” produced online makes the physical print journal just as refreshing and valuable as ever."
Read the rest of my response, and the wonderful responses from my peers and fellow panellists Chalsley Taylor, Geneviève Robichaud, and Larissa Andrusyshyn, HERE.
For the month of April, poet and novelist (and friend!) Jennifer LoveGrove is the Writer in Residence over at Open Book. I was lucky enough to answer some questions on poetry prompts and exercises as part of Jennifer's ongoing series.
Check it out HERE.
+ Happy national poetry month!
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Poet. Chapbook: Interzones (2015). Currently: All Day I Dream About Sirens (2019).