The Power Of Metaphors And Analogies And A Disabled BodyThe Power Of Metaphors And Analogies And A Disabled Body
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In the latest in the AngelHousePress Essay Series, Oakley Kiss explores the connection between their disabled body and writing as a white, Disabled and Queer unapologetic Pro-intersectional Feminist who loves to do things differently.

The Small Machine Talks Book ClubThe Small Machine Talks Book Club
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The Small Machine Talks loves talking about poetry. We'd love to hear about your favourite poems and poetry works; Here's how you can participate:

The Small Machine Talks Book Club
Wanted:                                 audio recordings in mp3 or mp3 format; text in doc, docx or pdf form.

Content:                                 name, location and a brief talk about a recent poetry read that you enjoyed: chapbook, book, individual poem from an online or print magazine, something else? please provide a link to the book, poem or magazine. 


Time Limit:                           up to ten minutes preferably;

Deadline:                               rolling

Include:                                 in the body of your e-mail, your name and location, title, publisher, year of publication; 

E-mail:                                   amanda@angelhousepress.com

Details:                                   from time to time we will have a book club episode where we include the submissions and if we’ve read the work, we will also add our thoughts. if you'd prefer to do a written submission instead of a recorded submission, we can read it aloud on the show. we reserve the right to edit for length.

Bonus:                                    if you’re in Ottawa or are coming to Ottawa and want to talk about the work in person, send your proposal to me and we’ll consider inviting you on the show.

Preference:                            D/deaf and disabled, 2SLGBTQIA, women, BIPOC.


Who can participate?          Anyone who is excited about a poetry work that they’ve read and enjoyed who has access to a recording device that isn’t terrible.
Questions?                            Feel free to e-mail amanda@angelhousepress.com.

yr fallen angel,
Amanda Earl                         


The Small Machine Talks Episode 49: Interview with Jason ChristieThe Small Machine Talks Episode 49: Interview with Jason Christie
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The Small Machine Talks Episode 48 – Interview with Nina Jane DrystekThe Small Machine Talks Episode 48 – Interview with Nina Jane Drystek
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The Small Machine Talks Episode 47- Interview with Anita Dolman and James K. MoranThe Small Machine Talks Episode 47- Interview with Anita Dolman and James K. Moran
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On Owning Shame
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While I am grateful that Arc Poetry Magazine publishes chapbook reviews, Jan Conn's review of Christine Sloan Stoddard’s The Tale of the Clam Ear (AngelHousePress, 2018) demonstrated ableism and a lack of sensitivity. Chris Johnson was good enough to share the review with me before it went to print. I e-mailed my disappointment to both the author of the review and to Chris. Chris and the Prose Editor, Kevin Shaw apologized and assured me that they would be more careful in future. I invited Christine to respond. Here is her call for sensitivity and compassion.  I am proud of Christine, and will always fight against ableism and other forms of prejudice and bigoty in the publishing world and in the world in general. -- Amanda Earl, publisher of AngelHousePress



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