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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.
By Daniel Canty
Daniel Canty, author of Wigrum (2013) and Les États-unis du vent (to be published in English by Talonbooks in 2015), is completing a six-month residency at the Studio du Québec, in London, England. In this, his first report, Canty tells of his haunts and jaunts.Friday October 24, 2014 in Meta-Talon
Read an interview with Garry Thomas Morse, which was conducted by Lee Gulyas and her class at Western Washington University in October, 2014 while studying his book Discovery Passages.Monday October 20, 2014 in Meta-Talon
Being Talon’s resident master of the eerie and the unsettling, it seems fitting to highlight Larry Tremblay’s especially freaky fiction in the month of All Hallows. On Meta-Talon today, we gather his recent works of fiction, The Obese Christ, Piercing, and The Bicycle Eater. Best part? This trifecta of books is on sale until the end of the month!Tuesday October 14, 2014 in Meta-Talon
Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, 1840 (age 25)
Did you know the world’s first computer programmer was a woman? Ada Lovelace was enthralled by mathematics as a young woman, and she is also known for her lineage, being the only (legitimate) child of Romantic poet Lord Byron. Lovelace wrote in the 1840s what are now recognized as the first computational algorithms, and she wrote prescient commentary on the future of computing.
By complete coincidence, Talon has recently published no fewer than three titles that make mention of Lovelace. Today on Meta-Talon we share excerpts from these titles, in honour of Ada Lovelace Day (October 14, 2014).
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