KFB AT HOME FRIDAY NIGHT MARCH 27TH 7PM A self-destructing virtual release party for @knifeforkbook’s newest season! Will go live at 7pm EST, March 27. Will vanish by the next morning. @KFBspring2020 on all 3 platforms FaceBook, Instagram, & Twitter HAMISH BALLANTYNE IMITATION CRAB MICHAEL CAVUTO COUNTRY POEMS JOHN NYMAN THE DEVIL ANDY VERBOOM DBL […]
ALICE NOTLEY recorded live Small World Music Centre, Toronto 14/03/2020 KFB PATREON MEMBERS ENJOY DIRECT ACCESS. JOIN TODAY! Presented by knife | fork | book and Ryerson University English Department. Special thanks to Reza and Samira at Small World, Dale Smith, Hoa Nguyen, Kaplan Harris, Sara Nicholson, and Alice Notley. EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: KIRBY
19 |03 MARK STRAND The Buried Melancholy of the Poet from ALMOST INVISIBLE (Knopf, 2012) 20 |03 NORMA COLE Still Today from FATE NEWS (Omnidawn, 2018) 21|03 ROXANNA BENNETT Intake Questionnaire from UNMEANINGABLE (Gordon Hill Press, 2019) Take 2 22|03 CARL PHILLIPS Overheard, Under A Dark Enchantment from PALE COLORS IN A TALL FIELD (FSG, […]
The table is set. 8PM Sharp. Please note: This event is SOLD OUT. It is being held down the hall from our poetry shop at Small World Music Centre, Artscape Youngplace, a small accessible auditorium which seats approximately 60 people comfortably.
Dear friends, You are formally invited to join us at Toronto’s Knife Fork Book (Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street) on March 6, 2020, for a reading by recent Not Your Best contributor Cam Scott––whom Jonathan Ball calls a “Poetry Punk“––alongside award-winning Hamilton writer Benjamin Robinson and Toronto-based writer and community organizer Vannessa Barnier. Readings will commence shortly after 7 pm. The night […]
THIS SATURDAY 3PM KFB POETRY LAB PRESENTS “Arranged in five chronological sections, theirs was an often recondite correspondence, by turns cryptic or dramatic, essentially small essays on poetics and exchanges of latest works or comments on their reading. The letters are also full of affectionate greetings (‘my dear Dunk’) and humor.”—The Times Literary Supplement “In […]