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Ray Manzarek & Michael McClure are set to release their all new album “The Piano Poems – Live From San Francisco” on Oglio Records August 14th, 2012.
This video clip from the Oglio Home Video release “The Third Mind” gives a short history of these two great artists and their collaboration.
Drew Hayden Taylor
Playwright and humourist Drew Hayden Taylor has published, in this week’s issue of NOW magazine, a defense of his new children’s play (“Spirit Horse”) and an exploration of the political and social correctness or incorrectness of using racial epithets. Today on Meta-Talon, a few brief extracts from an article well worth reading.Tuesday May 12, 2015 in Meta-Talon
The Keeper’s Daughter is a new novel by French-Canadian first-time author Jean-François Caron, now translated into English by W. Donald Wilson for Talonbooks.
Structured as a series of short cinematic “takes,” this novel about recovering both personal and shared histories is told in a polyphony of voices. Châtelaine called it a “sheer joy to read,” and we think you’ll agree – which is why we’ve published an excerpt from the book on Meta-Talon today. Dip into The Keeper’s Daughter: Rose and the Archipelago of Shifting Memories; the water’s warm!Thursday May 7, 2015 in Meta-Talon
In today’s Meta-Talon installment, Sandra Huber and Garry Thomas Morse discuss their recent works, Assembling the Morrow and Minor Expectations (respectively) – as well as the intertexts and writing processes involved – in a conversation that touches on dreams, metonymy, “sleeping through history,” Ada Lovelace, Guy Maddin, and film, among other delights . . .Thursday April 30, 2015 in Meta-Talon
Celebrate the last day of National Poetry Month with us! In case you missed anything this past month, we’ve gathered on Meta-Talon all the good stuff from National Poetry Month 2015 – poems, reviews, photos from events, poetic advice for your love life, and podcasts.
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