Tonight: Librairie D+Q presents an Evening of Poetry

Librairie D+Q presents an Evening of Poetry with Donato Mancini, Laura Broadbent, Emma Healey, and Michael Nardone tonight at 7 p.m.

The interdisciplinary practice of Donato Mancini focuses mainly on poetry, bookworks, text-based visual art and cultural criticism. His first two books of procedural and visual writing, Ligatures (New Star 2005) and Æthel (New Star 2007) were each nominated for the ReLit Award. Two more books, Buffet World (New Star) and Fact 'n' Value (Fillip Editions) were published in 2011. His first book of critical writing You Must Work Harder to Write Poetry of Excellence was just published by BookThug (Toronto). Two new poetry books are in progress: The Young Hate Us and SAME DIFF. He is enrolled in the PhD program in English at the University of British Columbia.

Laura Broadbent is the author of Oh There You Are I Can't See You Is It Raining? which won the 2012 Robert Kroetsch award for innovative poetry. She lives in Montreal.

Emma Healey is a writer and the founding editor of The Incongruous Quarterly, an online journal dedicated to the publication of unpublishable literature. Her first book of poetry, Begin With the End in Mind, was published in 2012 by Arbeiter Ring Publishing. Her work has appeared in publications including Joyland, Matrix magazine, Broken Pencil and Said the Gramophone, and she was the recipient of the Irving Layton award for poetry in 2010 and 2013.

From O.Cyrus & the Bardo, artwork by Jude Griebel

Michael Nardone is Managing Editor of Amodern and Poetry Editor of Hobo magazine. Recent writings and dialogues appear in The Coming Envelope, Jacket2, Poetry Is Dead, Matrix, n+1, Lemon Hound, Le Merle, The Conversant, and The Dark Would language art anthology. He lives in Montreal.

211 Bernard Ouest, tonight at 7!

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