Canada Arts Connect Magazine articles, interviews, and reviews from the week (or two)! January 7-18, 2013
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Every week our columnists and guest contributors update with news, interviews, and reviews covering the arts across Canada. Be sure to check them out now…
Who’s on your team?
by Lee Weisser
“…I now realize how important it is to have a good team to work with. A good team means I have people I can trust and rely on. I can stop trying to do it all by myself. I can take pride in what I do well and use the skills of others where I need them….”
Read more here.
Girls Don’t Like Metal Interviews Cheryl Carter
by Natalie Zina Walschots
“Like many fantastic people who have become my friends and colleagues in recent years, I first met Cheryl Carter via the Internet. We’d briefly written for the same publication in ThisIsNotAScene, and I began to actively follow her and her work online. Her Tumblr, Bleak Metal, is consistently fantastic. Her reviews strike me as passionate and insightful, and I’m always inspired by both her candidness and her obvious love for the heavy metal scene. I’m incredibly pleased to have her as a part of Girls Don’t Like Metal, especially as this is the first column of 2013!…” Read more here.
URBAN/Intersection: Poet Mansa Trotman’s
‘The Space that Connects Us’ by Ryan B. Patrick
“For Mansa Trotman, creating poetry is something that she’s driven to do, a fiery compulsion that speaks to the true goal of art: to evoke emotion in the intended receipient. With the Toronto-based poet’s recently released “The Space That Connects Us” (TSAR Books), consider it mission accomplished. The collection of poems hit flush with emotional impact — tales of love, lust and the emotional throughlines in-between…” Read more here.
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