Michael Boughn is a writer and poet, the author of "Cosmographia" (2010). He taught at the University of Toronto.

Some Musings on Quitting Cigarettes and Facebook

By Michael Boughn / 2021 August 21
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Michael Boughn on quitting cigarettes, and quitting Facebook. Compare and contrast.

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Apocalypses Now

By Michael Boughn / 2017 May 5
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Is it the End of the World as we know it? And, if so, Michael Boughn asks, what will it look like? Zombies, Aliens, AI? Updating the Apocalypse.

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The New American Poetry Revisited — Again

By Michael Boughn / 2013 August 20
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Michael Boughn has been teaching “The New American Poetry” in recent years, and thinking about what it means.

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Bradbury Redux: Censorship, TV, and Books in the Age of Consumption

By Michael Boughn / 2013 June 13
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Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” is the Toronto Public Library’s 2013 featured book in the library’s “Keep Toronto Reading” program. Michael Boughn talks about it.

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