Along Mount Pleasant – Steffi Tad-y

As part of Red Alder Review's Open Mic series – Q&A and poem from Steffi Tad-y. (Q&A) How do you normally connect to the poetry/literary community?  When I can, I love attending readings at Massy Books, SFU Lunch Poems, arts & literary festivals in Vancouver.  I also feel very lucky each time I get to be with writers and … Continue reading Along Mount Pleasant – Steffi Tad-y

Two Excerpts – Aaron Schneider

As part of Red Alder Review's Open Mic series – Q&A and two excerpts from Aaron Schneider. (Q&A) Red Alder Review (RA): How do you normally connect to the literary and writing community? Aaron Schneider (AS): A great deal of my interactions with other writers are online. With Amy Mitchell, I run The Temz Review, which is an online … Continue reading Two Excerpts – Aaron Schneider

Loch Ness Whiplash – David Ly

As part of Red Alder Review‘s Open Mic series – Q&A and poem from David Ly. (Q&A) Red Alder Review (RA): How do you normally connect to the literary and writing community? David Ly (DL): More and more, I am connecting through social media. I think it’s really great that we can all be instantly connected through Twitter and … Continue reading Loch Ness Whiplash – David Ly

Ice core samples from an ailing body – df parizeau

As part of Red Alder Review‘s Open Mic series – Q&A and poem from df parizeau. (Q&A) Red Alder Review (RA): How do you normally connect to the poetry/literary community?df parizeau (df): I’m a bookseller at Iron Dog Books, which is my most immediate, day-to-day connection. Normally, a part of this would involve helping to coordinate and host author … Continue reading Ice core samples from an ailing body – df parizeau

Notes from an April – Raoul Fernandes

As part of Red Alder Review's on-going Open Mic series – Q&A and poem from Raoul Fernandes. (Q&A) Red Alder Review (RA): How do you normally connect to the poetry/literary community? Raoul Fernandes (RF): The way I usually connect is through attending readings and events. I’m on the board for Real Vancouver Writers Series and a member of the … Continue reading Notes from an April – Raoul Fernandes

From Binge: A Long Poem – Dina Del Bucchia

As part of Red Alder Review's Open Mic series - Q&A and poem from Dina Del Bucchia. (Q&A) Red Alder Review (RA): How do you normally connect to the poetry/literary community?  Dina Del Bucchia (DD): Usually I’m out at events all the time, in addition to hosting and organizing events, including a reading series. Despite … Continue reading From Binge: A Long Poem – Dina Del Bucchia