Conversations with Feed Dog imprint authors from the Vancouver-based Anvil Press. The imprint is edited by Stuart Ross and specializes in post/surrealist poetry. The podcast is hosted and edited by Kim Rashidi.
Join my guest, Allison Chisholm, and I in discussing her book On the Count of None. We also dive into the art of curation, astrology, and the absurd Ibsen.
Tune in to hear Feed Dog author Jaime Forsythe speak about her book I Heard Something, doubles, the power of “why,” and non-linear writing. You can find her book through the Anvil Press website: https://www.anvilpress.com/books/i-heard-something
This episode of A Feed Dog Day Afternoon is dedicated to explorations in surrealism. If you’re asking what Feed Dog is or is about… well, to keep it short, the imprint from the Vancouver-based, Anvil Press is edited by Stuart Ross and specializes in surrealist and post-surrealist Canadian poetry. In this episode, Kim Rashidi and Steve Venright discuss his Feed Dog book, The Least You Can Do Is Be Magnificent, his invention, the Hallucinatorium, and perspectives in seeing/believing. You can find his book through the Anvil Press website: http://www.anvilpress.com/books/the-l...
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