Chapbook Review: PTSD south beach – Broken Pencil Magazine, Issue 74, February 17th, 2017, Review by Klara du Plessis.
An insightful and well written review of PTSD south beach by the incomparable powerhouse Klara du Plessis in Issue 74 of .
“A finalist for the 2016 Breitling Chapbook Prize, Puneet Dutt’s is a fine collection of poems, coherently selected to straddle both a politically informed and nostalgically personal perspective. As the post-traumatic stress disorder of the title would suggest, PTSD south beach projects organized violence, war, as a given, but then filters it through the harrowing experience of the individual.”
To read the full review, visit: http://www.brokenpencil.com/news/zine-review-ptsd-south-beach
I am excited to be mentoring and working with writers at the St. James Town Branch Library.
To register or for more information, call the St. James Town Branch at 416-393-7580 or e-mail the Toronto Writers Collective at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If anyone is interested, or already attending, I will be moderating a poetry panel at the Feminist Art Conference. It promises to be an engaging event.
Below are the artists that are performing/reading:
Had a good chat as a panelist on RogersTV for International Poetry Month, with fellow poet Soraya Peerbaye. It’s April, let’s share the power of poetry!
Honored that ‘PTSD south beach’ has been selected as a 2016 Breitling Chapbook Prize Finalist by Phantom Books.
Happy to say that for National Poetry Month, my poem, “The Sculptor” has been chosen as part of the Poetry & Art V Exhibition in Rockland, Maine. I’m looking forward to reading and seeing all the wonderful work and events that will be happening for NPM.
“The Sculptor” (poem on exhibit)
Poetry & Art V, Mail Art Exhibition – (Curator, Lois Anne)
April 1–30th, 2016
The Good Tern Coop Gallery and Café
750 Main Street, Rockland, Maine
Excited to be taking this workshop with Lisa Robertson at the Toronto New School of Writing.
And it was so lovely to meet Anne Michaels and Brian Brett yesterday at the Toronto Public Library.