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Via the Wet Lab & Library bloggy, ten favourite reads from The Hive.

#1.  The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin

#2.  The End by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler)

#3.  Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

#4.  Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

#5.  Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

#6.  Divine Meditations by John Donne

#7.  The Tempest by William Shakespeare

#8.  A Season in Hell by Arthur Rimbaud

#9.  The Republic by Plato

#10. Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Jun 01

totally hitting this: from the acclaimed poet-producer of When Brothers Speak, When Sisters Speak, & the Toronto International Poetry Slam 

TORONTO, TUESDAY, POETS (of all stripes)
"Tuesday, May 21st
Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas Street West
Doors 7pm for dinner, Show 8:30pm
$20 in advance

Members Only promises to be the sexiest night of erotica the city has to offer. Don’t miss me, my surprise guests, and of course the prizes that I have to give away!” - poet, producer, social entrepreneur Dwayne Morgan, May 2013 inductee Scarborough Walk of Fame

May 20
totally hitting this: from the acclaimed poet-producer of When Brothers Speak, When Sisters Speak, & the Toronto International Poetry Slam TORONTO, TUESDAY, POETS (of all stripes)"Tuesday, May 21stLula Lounge, 1585 Dundas Street WestDoors 7pm for dinner, Show 8:30pm$20 in advanceMembers Only promises to be the sexiest night of erotica the city has to offer. Don’t miss me, my surprise guests, and of course the prizes that I have to give away!” - poet, producer, social entrepreneur Dwayne Morgan, May 2013 inductee Scarborough Walk of Fame

"My heart beats out the poisonous rhythm of the truth" - Canadian poet Elizabeth Smart, By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept

National Poetry Month suggestion, Day 2.  I recommend her biography by Rosemary Sullivan, By Heart: Elizabeth Smart - A Life

Apr 02
"My heart beats out the poisonous rhythm of the truth" - Canadian poet Elizabeth Smart, By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept
National Poetry Month suggestion, Day 2.  I recommend her biography by Rosemary Sullivan, By Heart: Elizabeth Smart - A Life

National Poetry Month Day 1:  The McSweeney’s Book of Poets Picking Poets  

Why is some Canadian screen & tv writer pushing poets?  Because next to music, nothing informs how I put together my pages more. Poetry’s like steroids for screenwriting. I’ll try and post one of my favourite collections from my stash every day, this month.  

Apr 01
National Poetry Month Day 1:  The McSweeney’s Book of Poets Picking Poets  
Why is some Canadian screen & tv writer pushing poets?  Because next to music, nothing informs how I put together my pages more. Poetry’s like steroids for screenwriting. I’ll try and post one of my favourite collections from my stash every day, this month.  

Orphan Black: Best of Books & Plays (Season One)

Via the Wet Lab & Library bloggy, ten favourite reads from The Hive.

#1.  The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin

#2.  The End by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler)

#3.  Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

#4.  Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

#5.  Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

#6.  Divine Meditations by John Donne

#7.  The Tempest by William Shakespeare

#8.  A Season in Hell by Arthur Rimbaud

#9.  The Republic by Plato

#10. Moby Dick by Herman Melville

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Posted on Saturday May 25th 2013 at 07:41am. Its tags are listed below.

While the novelist is banging on his typewriter, the poet is watching a fly in a windowpane.

Billy Collins (via theparisreview)

And the screenwriter is wondering what’s for lunch.

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Posted on Monday May 20th 2013 at 10:30am. Its tags are listed below.

totally hitting this: from the acclaimed poet-producer of When Brothers Speak, When Sisters Speak, & the Toronto International Poetry Slam TORONTO, TUESDAY, POETS (of all stripes)"Tuesday, May 21stLula Lounge, 1585 Dundas Street WestDoors 7pm for dinner, Show 8:30pm$20 in advanceMembers Only promises to be the sexiest night of erotica the city has to offer. Don’t miss me, my surprise guests, and of course the prizes that I have to give away!” - poet, producer, social entrepreneur Dwayne Morgan, May 2013 inductee Scarborough Walk of Fame
totally hitting this: from the acclaimed poet-producer of When Brothers Speak, When Sisters Speak, & the Toronto International Poetry Slam TORONTO, TUESDAY, POETS (of all stripes)"Tuesday, May 21stLula Lounge, 1585 Dundas Street WestDoors 7pm for dinner, Show 8:30pm$20 in advanceMembers Only promises to be the sexiest night of erotica the city has to offer. Don’t miss me, my surprise guests, and of course the prizes that I have to give away!” - poet, producer, social entrepreneur Dwayne Morgan, May 2013 inductee Scarborough Walk of Fame

totally hitting this: from the acclaimed poet-producer of When Brothers Speak, When Sisters Speak, & the Toronto International Poetry Slam 

TORONTO, TUESDAY, POETS (of all stripes)
"Tuesday, May 21st
Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas Street West
Doors 7pm for dinner, Show 8:30pm
$20 in advance

Members Only promises to be the sexiest night of erotica the city has to offer. Don’t miss me, my surprise guests, and of course the prizes that I have to give away!” - poet, producer, social entrepreneur Dwayne Morgan, May 2013 inductee Scarborough Walk of Fame

"My heart beats out the poisonous rhythm of the truth" - Canadian poet Elizabeth Smart, By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept
National Poetry Month suggestion, Day 2.  I recommend her biography by Rosemary Sullivan, By Heart: Elizabeth Smart - A Life

"My heart beats out the poisonous rhythm of the truth" - Canadian poet Elizabeth Smart, By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept

National Poetry Month suggestion, Day 2.  I recommend her biography by Rosemary Sullivan, By Heart: Elizabeth Smart - A Life

inkcanada

Posted on Monday April 1st 2013 at 11:04am. Its tags are listed below.

National Poetry Month Day 1:  The McSweeney’s Book of Poets Picking Poets  
Why is some Canadian screen & tv writer pushing poets?  Because next to music, nothing informs how I put together my pages more. Poetry’s like steroids for screenwriting. I’ll try and post one of my favourite collections from my stash every day, this month.  

National Poetry Month Day 1:  The McSweeney’s Book of Poets Picking Poets  

Why is some Canadian screen & tv writer pushing poets?  Because next to music, nothing informs how I put together my pages more. Poetry’s like steroids for screenwriting. I’ll try and post one of my favourite collections from my stash every day, this month.  

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Posted on Saturday February 25th 2012 at 07:36pm. Its tags are listed below.

and if I look into the brown eyes
of deer there is no time, no feeling
except peace, which isn’t real but neither
I sometimes hope are we.
from Switching to deer time by Bob Hicok, This Clumsy Living 

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Posted on Wednesday February 8th 2012 at 09:02am. Its tags are listed below.