Tag Archive: One-Minute Poem
In this week’s One Minute Poem, Jennifer Zilm reads “The Year in Books” from The Missing Field (Guernica Editions, 2018).
You can find Jennifer’s poem on our YouTube channel, as well as on all of our social media platforms.
By kind permission of the poet and Guernica Editions.
Jennifer Zilm is a Canadian poet. Her first book, Waiting Room (2016), was a finalist for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry, and has been described as making a “valuable contribution to the documentary tradition in Canadian poetry.” Her second book, The Missing Field (2018), was a finalist for the Pat Lowther Award. The Malahat Review praised its poems “centred on the intellectual landscapes of documents and ephemera” for being “endlessly intricate and beautiful.”
In this week’s One Minute Poem, Kyeren Regehr reads “Am the lyrics of your love ditty” from Cult Life (Pedlar Press, 2020).
You can find Kyeren’s excerpt on our YouTube channel, as well as on all of our social media platforms.
By kind permission of the poet and Pedlar Press.
Kyeren Regehr’s first collection, Cult Life (Pedlar Press), was shortlisted for the 2021 ReLit Awards. She is the winner of the Raven Chapbook Award for Disassembling a Dancer, 2021. She has thrice been longlisted for the CBC Poetry Prize, and served for several years on the board of The Malahat Review. Her work has been published in literary periodicals and anthologies in Canada, Australia and the U.S.A. Although born in Australia, Kyeren was raised as a writer in Canada.