Posts Filed Under: poetry
A new library project lets Torontonians explore their city through the eyes of poets.
Where is your quest leading you?
Ken Gass kicks off his second Canadian Rep season with a revisionist take on poet-lovers Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning.
Just keep on walking.
Spoon River and The Four Horsemen Project turn classic and avant-garde poems into thrilling theatre.
How a new spoken word series is turning heads and making friends by breaking all the rules.
Waiting for the streetcar gets poetic.
Every Sunday, Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug, host The City, a two-hour talk show on Newstalk 1010. We listen so you don't have to.
At Mount Sinai Hospital, resident poet Ronna Bloom brings reflective writing to the stressed out workforce.
A grassroots book of monologues celebrates Toronto artists, with no help from government grants.
The renowned writer will become the official face of literary Toronto.
Adrienne Gruber wins a prestigious chapbook award for Mimic, her collection of poetry.
A new exhibition reveals previously unseen photos of Canadian poets at the dawn of their careers. And, they're really cute.
Advice on the proper equipment for cutting your own tree and odes to the seasonal icon.
Toronto's annual celebration of the written word may be done for the year, but it's not too late to discover some of its hidden gems.
The largest poetry reading in history took place today, in cities around the world and venues across Toronto.