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Saturday, February 05, 2005

Plan 99 Presents Carmine Starnino, February 5 @ 5pm at The Manx

From Chris Swail's email:

Plan 99's End of Winter Series begins this Saturday with a reading by Carmine Starnino.
Carmine is a poet, essayist, critic, editor of Signal Editions (an imprint of Véhicule Press), and associate editor at Maisonneuve magazine. His first poetry collection, The New World, was nominated for the 1997 A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry and the 1997 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award. His second collection, Credo, won the 2001 Canadian Authors Association Prize for Poetry and the 2001 David McKeen Award for Poetry. His new book of essays, Lover’s Quarrel, was also released last year. His reviews and essays have appeared The Globe and Mail, the Montreal Gazette, Matrix, Arc and The Montreal Review of Books. Starnino is the editor of Vehicule Press' Signal imprint. He lives in Montreal.
Carmine Starnino won the 2004 A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry for his latest poetry collection With English Subtitles. The book catches Carmine Starnino at his most inventive. The poems are exceptionally focused, musical and inviting. Household objects, Italian relatives, Yukon landscapes, worst-case scenarios and relationships are pushed onto the page with new-found urgency and delight.
The reading takes place the Saturday, February 5 @ 5 pm at The Manx.


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