Soliloquies Anthology presents Soliloquies Reads
After the success of our inaugural Soliloquies Reads event, we are pleased to present another great lineup for your listening pleasure. Join us for an evening of our past contributors reading their current writing.
Doors at 8pm.
Readings at 9pm.
Past editions of the publication will be back by popular demand and available for view or purchase.
Jay Winston Ritchie is the author of the poetry chapbook How to Appear Perfectly Indifferent While Crying on the Inside (Metatron, 2014) and the short story collection Something You Were, Might Have Been, or Have Come to Represent (Insomniac, 2014). He has worked as an editor for The Void, Cosmonaut’s Avenue, and is currently Assistant Editor for Metatron in Montreal.
Tara McGowan-Ross is a First Nations multidisciplinary artist and wannabe philosopher. Her work is informed by tradition and contemporary thought, and exists at the intersection between anxiety and stillness. She is the creative director and an organizing collective member at Spectra Journal.
Klara du Plessis is a poet residing alternately in Montreal and Cape Town. Her chapbook, Wax Lyrical, is forthcoming from Anstruther Press. She curates the monthly, Montreal-based Resonance Reading Series. Follow her on Twitter.
Rebecca Păpucaru's poetry has been shortlisted for Arc Poetry Magazine's Poem of the Year contest, and has appeared in Prism International, EVENT, The Dalhousie Review, and The Antigonish Review, among others. Her poetry has also been anthologized in I Found It at the Movies: An Anthology of Film Poems (Guernica Editions, 2014) and The Best Canadian Poetry in English (2010).
Alex Manley is a writer born and raised in Montreal. He graduated from Concordia's creative writing program in 2013 and currently works as an editor at AskMen.com. His writing has appeared in HTMLGiant, Shabby Doll House, Everyday Genius and Maisonneuve magazine, among others. He is left-handed.
Isaac Sénéchal is a poet, filmmaker and fiction writer. He is a native of Montreal who holds a BA degree from Concordia University and currently works as a video and film production professional. His poetry often explores plural perspectives and the power of storytelling. Many of his poems feature familiar forms of prosody while others are structured by forms of his own invention, influenced by styles ranging from the ballad to blues and slam. In film, Isaac works in fiction and documentary trying to bring to audiences the stories of those whose voices are rarely heard. He is also interested in hybrid poetry and film – art that mixes these mediums or different genres of a medium – and art that evokes questions about the way it’s made and received.