John Harris is the author of 'Small Rain," "Other Art" and "Tungsten John." He lives in Prince George, B.C.
Two senior Vancouver poets, George Bowering and George Stanley, do a book together. John Harris reads it.
John Harris reviews Andrew Struthers’ new book from New Star Press.
John Harris reads the work of 1970s Vancouver poetry icon Daphne Marlatt through the eyes of her relationship with her son, Kit. This is part of a series of parent/offspring critical studies Harris has embarked on.
John Harris reads an essay by a Toronto-based Woman-of-Colour looking for a safe way to take some creative writing courses. He has some advice for her.
John Harris on “second growth” poet Fabienne Calvert Filteau.
A few months ago, Conrad Black returned to the Christian faith. John Harris looks it over, and says, “Not so fast”.
John Harris reviews Rob Budde’s award-nominated Dreamland Theatre, and the Prince George Poetry War continues
John Harris concludes his extended essay about Hartley Coleridge (1796-1849), the son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
John Harris’s extended essay on the Coleridges and company is part of the Poet and Son series.
John Harris’s extended essay on the Coleridges and their friends is the latest installment in the Poet and Son series.