The Toronto Quarterly: Floating Life, by Moez Surani

The Toronto Quarterly: Floating Life, by Moez SuraniMoez Surani is an award-winning poet, reviewer and short fiction author residing in Toronto. His writing has been included in numerous anthologies and literary journals, including Geist, The Globe and Mail, Arc Poetry Magazine, Contemporary Verse 2, Echolocation, Matrix Magazine, Prairie Fire, The Literary Review of Canada, The Toronto Quarterly, Toronto Review of Books, Vallum, Zeugma and The Walrus. His first poetry collection, Reticent Bodies (Wolsak and Wynn, 2009), was described as “that rare book that has the power to be a linchpin, a hinge in the history of Canadian poetry.” His second poetry collection, Floating Life (Wolsak and Wynn, 2012), takes the reader on a dizzying tour of the world. He has attended writing residencies in Finland, Latvia and Switzerland, and his writing has won the Chalmers Arts Fellowship, the Kingston Literary Award and the Antigonish Review’s Great Blue Heron Poetry Contest.

via THE TORONTO QUARTERLY: Moez Surani – Floating Life (an interview).

Earlier: Q&A with Moez Surani, author of Reticent Bodies

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