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Dragnet welcomes poetry editor Suzannah Showler! Here’s a picture of her dancing with Dragnet editor Andrew Battershill at the Issue Six launch, because here at Dragnet HQ, we’re all about dancing.
Here’s her bio:
Suzannah Showler holds an M.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Toronto. Her writing has appeared places, including The Walrus, The Puritan, Dragnet (Issue Four), and Joyland, and she is a contributor to Hazlitt. She was the 2012 winner of Matrix’s LitPop Award for Poetry. She is currently working on her first collection of poems.
Dragnet Issue Four contributor Suzannah Showler interviewed Pasha Malla about his new novel, People Park, for The A.V. Club. But it is more like listening in on a really interesting and insightful conversation about writing between two very talented writers. Also, you had me at Wu Tang, Pasha.
Pull up a chair for story time with Uncle Dragnet!
Dragnet Issue Four cover by the elegant and whimsical Ali Hall, which lists five of the writers featured in this issue: Joe Yachimec, Cristina Rizzuto, Matt Rowan, Gary Barwin, and Suzannah Showler. But don’t worry, the others are equally terrific! We just didn’t want to overwhelm you. You’ll find out the rest when we release the cinematic trailer in a week or so.
The launch party is taking place the night of January 21 at Smiling Buddha, the same venue as last time. Details to come.