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Maybe Memory is Just Part of the Event: An Interview with Elee Kraljii Gardiner

Former PRISM poetry editor (2014-15) Rob Taylor sat down with Vancouver poet Elee Kraljii Gardiner to discuss her debut poetry collection “serpentine loop“.  A “serpentine loop” is a figure which skaters etch in the ice with their blades, and it serves as a … Continue reading

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Meet the Editors: Rob Taylor, Poetry Editor

At PRISM international, we like to interact with our dear readers. So over the coming weeks, we’ll be introducing the delightful new editors to you. First up is Rob Taylor, Poetry Editor and ultimate frisbee champion. What do you do … Continue reading

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Andrea Hoff interviews Tyee Bridge

This week at ninteenquestions, (sadly) former PRISM editor Andrea Hoff interviews Tyee Bridge. Tyee Bridge has been writing essays and features on ecology, religion and urban culture for more than fifteen years, on subjects that range from a voyage to … Continue reading

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Jane Campbell Interviews Douglas Glover

This week over at NineteenQuestions.com, our Prose Editor extraordinaire Jane Campbell interviews Canadian writer Douglas Glover, author of the recent short story collection Savage Love, several other collections of stories and essays, and four novels. In the interview, Glover shrewdly discusses his … Continue reading

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I have nineteen questions for you…

Over the past year, our writer interviews have become a favourite read on the PRISM website. We’ve had the chance to share with you exciting new works and engaging conversations from emerging to established writers across multiple genres. The tradition … Continue reading

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in the power of spirits – “children of air india” by Renée Sarojini Saklikar

Interview by Rob Taylor Exhibit (1985): fourteen. eleven. – Renée Sarojini Saklikar His brother excels—French, English, math, science— he takes a paper route, buys milk when an old woman offers two dollars with the coins he fetches a carton, holds … Continue reading

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