Last night was Gavin Bradley’s launch of Separation Anxiety, hosted by Glass Bookshop at Latitude 53 in Edmonton. This was the first launch that Press staff could attend and marked the first gathering in well over two years. We were fortunate to have fabulous weather, which meant time on the patio with craft beers and snacks before and after the reading. It was a great way to get back into the swing of in-person launches, with an excellent turn-out.
We would be remiss if we didn’t give kudos to our poets in British Columbia, who were first out the gate with in-person events this spring: Nancy Holmes with Arborophobia and Michelle Poirier Brown with You Might Be Sorry You Read This.
Let the parties roll!