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Devil in the Woods: New Canadian Poetry

February 16, 2020 Kim/Irene/Sarah Episode 37
All Write in Sin City
Devil in the Woods: New Canadian Poetry
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All Write in Sin City
Devil in the Woods: New Canadian Poetry
Feb 16, 2020 Episode 37
Kim/Irene/Sarah

This podcast features poet Daniel Lockhart, fresh from his tour of multiple Canadian cities. Lockhart holds degrees from Trent University, Montana State University, and Indiana University, and is the author of four poetry collections, The Gravel Lot That Was Montana, This City at the Crossroads, Big Medicine Comes to Erie, and most recently, Devil in the Woods. He has also written a collection of essays called Wënchikàneit Visions. His work has received multiple Pushcart Prize nominations and has appeared in Malahat Review, Contemporary Verse 2, the Dalhousie Review, Grain, McNeese Review, and the Windsor Review among others.

Daniel Lockhart is also the publisher at Urban Farmhouse Press. He is a Turtle Clan member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation, and currently resides at Waawiiyaatanong on the south shore of the Detroit River (also known as the border cities of Windsor ON and Detroit MI).

https://www.brickbooks.ca/books/devil-in-the-woods/
https://urbanfarmhousepress.ca/index.php

Show Notes

This podcast features poet Daniel Lockhart, fresh from his tour of multiple Canadian cities. Lockhart holds degrees from Trent University, Montana State University, and Indiana University, and is the author of four poetry collections, The Gravel Lot That Was Montana, This City at the Crossroads, Big Medicine Comes to Erie, and most recently, Devil in the Woods. He has also written a collection of essays called Wënchikàneit Visions. His work has received multiple Pushcart Prize nominations and has appeared in Malahat Review, Contemporary Verse 2, the Dalhousie Review, Grain, McNeese Review, and the Windsor Review among others.

Daniel Lockhart is also the publisher at Urban Farmhouse Press. He is a Turtle Clan member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation, and currently resides at Waawiiyaatanong on the south shore of the Detroit River (also known as the border cities of Windsor ON and Detroit MI).

https://www.brickbooks.ca/books/devil-in-the-woods/
https://urbanfarmhousepress.ca/index.php