Tag Archives: Rob Taylor

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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CCWWP Round-Up

  PRISM international had a great time at CCWWP last weekend! It was fantastic to get the chance to meet some of our readers, so thanks to all who stopped by the PRISM booth. Here are the PRISM editors’ highlights… … Continue reading

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CCWWP: What we’re attending

The editors of PRISM international are excited to be attending CCWWP this weekend! The Canadian Creative Writers and Writing Programs conference will be held at UBC and is running from the 15th-18th of May. PRISM will have a booth there, too, … Continue reading

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An Interview with Diane Tucker

by Rob Taylor Time-lapse Video You’ve given yourself, on every plane, to time and to its rushing. Your body complying somehow with my dreams, losing its cohesion, becoming a speeding mist pushed along just above the earth, a hurrying cloud. … 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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