Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio presents A Poetry Reading for International Women’s Day, March 8, 2023
A Poetry Reading for International Women’s Day
Listen to poets Clara Blackwood, Brenda Clews, Archna Sahni and myself read and discuss our work with host extraordinaire Michael Anthony Ingram.
Poet Painters – November 23, 2022
Painter Poets 2022
Painter Poets is an online reading on Wednesday, November 23 from 7 – 9 pm. Register via Eventbrite.
Painter Poets features Jennifer Hosein reading poems with her paintings, Allan Briesmaster, who will read poetry while showing a slideshow of Holly Briesmaster’s paintings, Brenda Clews reading poems on her late brother’s, Raymond Clews’, paintings, Carole Giangrande, who will show her fabulous bird photographs and read poems, and Ellen Chang Richardson, who writes startling and insightful poetry about contemporary art.
This event is supported by the League of Canadian Poets and the
Ontario Arts Council.
100,000 Poets for Change, September 17, 2022
100,000 Poets for Change Toronto event, September 17, 2022
100,000 Poets for Change is happening on Saturday, September 17th at Hirut Cafe. Dinner is at 7 and readings start at 8.
This is a benefit for Shannen’s Dream.
Readers are Robert Priest, Jennifer Hosein, Charles C. Smith, Brenda Clews, Jeannine Pitas, Georgia Wilder.
Brockton Writers Series, September 14, 2022
Brockton Writers Series – Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
Genealogies: online reading – July 13th, 7 p.m.
Please join Allan Weiss and Jennifer Hosein for a free online reading, Genealogies, on Wednesday, July 13th at 7 p.m. Registration is required. The event is funded by The Writers’ Union of Canada.
Allan Weiss is a Toronto fiction writer and Professor of English and Humanities at York University. He the author of three story cycles: Living Room (2001), Making the Rounds (2016), and most recently Telescope (2019). Other short stories, both realist and fantastic, have appeared in various anthologies and magazines, including Wascana Review, On Spec, and the Tesseracts anthology series. His next story, “A Tartan of Many Colours,” will appear soon in the anthology Other Covenants: Alternate Histories of the Jewish People.
Jennifer Hosein is a Tiohtià:ke/Montreal-born writer, visual artist and educator of Trinidadian and South Asian ancestry residing in Tkaronto/Toronto. Her debut collection of poetry, A Map of Rain Days, published by Guernica Editions in 2020, was longlisted for the League of Canadian Poets 2021 Pat Lowther Memorial Award. Her poems, short fiction, creative non-fiction, and a play have been published in The Fiddlehead, The Quarantine Review, Event, Rubicon, Makara, and more as well as translated into Hungarian for the anthology Crystal Garden/Kristálykert. Her artwork has appeared on book covers, in magazines, and in solo and group exhibitions in Toronto; it is also featured on the cover of A Map of Rain Days.