New poem "Aruba" at Maisonneuve! Here, here.
New list of in person readings for the first half of 2016, here.
Registration has begun for the 2016 Private Poetry Mentorship sessions. More information here.
A great review of the Poetic Edda by Sarah Neville in ARC Poetry Magazine.
New poem, "Formica Crick," up on NewPoetry.ca. Try it.
Robert Colman reviews the Poetic Edda for PRISM International.
The Poetic Edda gets some praise over at the Winnipeg Free Press.
If you're in love with a dolphin be careful. New poem in The Walrus here.
"Long Winter Farm" is one of the 10 Most Popular Sunday Poems from 2014 on the Véhicule Press blog.
"The Diorama of Our Future Break Up" is on Vancouver Poetry House's 10 Best Poems of 2014.
The Poetic Edda makes Carmine Starnino's Top 10 of 2014.
Derek Beaulieu ranks the Poetic Edda as one of the 'Most Engaging Books: 2014.'
Jonathan Ball ranks the Poetic Edda among his Top 10 favs of 2014.
The Poetic Edda makes Lemon Hound's 'A Few of My Favourite Things 2014: Poetry.'
Brian McGackin at Lit Reactor reviews the Poetic Edda. Yes.
Interview and two poems up at The Mackinac. Over here.
Translation of "Brynhild's Hel Ride" on the Biblioasis International Translation Blog. Here.
Translation of "Hymir's Lay" on Lemon Hound. Go on.
"Canadæ" appears in Why Poetry Sucks (ed. Jonathan Ball & Ryan Fitzpatrick). Click this.
"The Diorama of Our Future Breakup" up at Hazlitt. Check it out.
Andy McGuire spruces up two Dodds poems on his new album, John Alice is Here to See You. Listen.
"San Fran Fiasco" in Vallum Contemporary Poetry, right here.
Spotlight and poems on The Best American Poetry blog. Look, see.
The National Post's Michael Lista says Jeramy Dodds's upcoming translation of The Poetic Edda is one of the most anticipated poetry collections of 2014. Here.
A stab at how Inger Christensen's poem, "Is No One Coming," works in the latest issue ARC. Here.
Pamphlet of the poem "Long Winter Farm" published by Odourless Press. Here it be.
Poem in The Best of Walrus Poetry. Click Here.
A chit chat about ghost ships and a new poem in Branch. Here, here.