MxT by Sina Queyras By Shannon Webb-Campbell Telegraph-Journal April 25 2014 Nothing is large enough to hold grief. […]
Thrilled, as always, to find a poem of mine in Geist. They lay things out so brilliantly.
Very pleased and honoured by this review from Julie Enzer over at The Rumpus, contextualizing my work in […]
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“Queyras remains resolutely herself, crashing her voice against attempts to escape it in her most affecting, accomplished book.” […]
I’ll be coming your way soon, Ottawa. Come to the poetry cabaret. Ottawa’s own Stephen Brockwell hosts an […]
Thanks to The Vancouver Sun for this–somehow it’s making the rounds. Q Tell us a […]
Poet and one-time Vancouverite Sina Queyras’s latest collection often speaks in dialects of engineering and technology, but only […]
New poem over at The Rumpus, with thanks to Brian Spears.