Peter Norman speaks with the Fort Erie Times
“It’s my third poetry book and there’s not anything that unifies it. It’s essentially a bunch of poems with lots of different people whose voices you hear in the poems.” — Peter Norman in conversation with the Fort Erie Times
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March 27, 2015
Edmonton Journal Reviews Knife Party at the Hotel Europa
"Jarman’s words are rich, tantalizing, fresh, satisfying, like the Italian scenes and ...
March 27, 2015
Welcome to Thought Migration
Though Migration was created with the idea that there’s more to a book than just reading it. Books are living, interactive objects. They move us. Force us to cross new landscapes. They ask us to traverse difficult geographies. And they don’t stop living once they’ve been read.
Get to know our authors. Hear from those in publishing. Learn how a book moves from ideation to creation.
On February 12, author, writer, and columnist David Carr passed away. David had an undeniable on the media landscape and his loss leaves a void that cannot be filled. It was David's lecture, "The Next Big Thing," that gave us the title for our book of the same title. David will be missed by all of us at Goose Lane Editions. We send our condolences out to his family, friends, colleagues, and readers. To learn more about David, we encourage you to read The New York Time's obituary on his accomplishments and his life.
“I now inhabit a life I don’t deserve, but we all walk this earth feeling we are frauds. The trick is to be grateful and hope the caper doesn’t end any time soon.” — David Carr
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Goose Lane Editions acknowledges the generous support of the Canada Council, the Government of Canada (Canada Book Fund), and the Government of New Brunswick.