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JC reads in Toronto at Aeolus House Poetry Event Sunday, September 25, 2PM

JC is delighted that publisher Allan Briesmaster of Aeolus House invited her to read from BRICOLAGE, A GATHERING OF CENTOS at the book launch he is hosting on Sunday, September 25 at the Supermarket Bar and Grill, 268 Augusta Avenue in Kingston Market. Doors open at 1:30 PM. Readings take place from 2:00 PM – […]

Posted on 24 September 2022 | 8:03 am

JC opposed to the Griffin Poetry Prize elimination of a Canadian category

The GLOBE AND MAIL published JC’s letter to the Editor on September 13. She noted that the paper chose to include several letters pro the merger of the prize categories from two into a single English category and only one letter con, hers. Here’s the link to the Letters page. The text, as published, follows […]

Posted on 13 September 2022 | 10:35 am

JC’s THE MAGNOLIA THIEF had its premiere at the Puppets Up! International Festival

The Puppets Up! International Festival returned to Almonte August 12-14 and JC’s story played a part in it. Students from Almonte schools under Jenny Sheffield’s direction performed THE MAGNOLIA THIEF along a tree-lined path, an “alameda,” on both Saturday and Sunday. JC narrated the voiceover. “I am honoured that this year’s Festival staged THE MAGNOLIA […]

Posted on 12 August 2022 | 7:05 am

JC Sulzenko’s poem “Scales” awarded Honourable Mention and will be published in the TOPS “Loves Lies Bleeding” anthology

JC is delighted “Scales” received an Honorable Mention and will appear in the upcoming “Loves Lies Bleeding” anthology from The Ontario Poetry Society (TOPS). “I have found it difficult to sustain my equilibrium and my writing practice during the pandemic years and the upheavals in Canada and elsewhere. Although the poem begins with a dream, […]

Posted on 30 July 2022 | 10:29 am

FRAMED & FAMILIAR: 101 PORTRAITS anthology features 2 poems by JC Sulzenko

FRAMED & FAMILIAR: 101 PORTRAITS, is an international anthology of poetry and photography just published as an e-book by Hidden Brooks Press. The collection features two of JC’s poems. Here’s a link to the book and to her poems: “Long playing” (page 174) and “Self, imagery” (page 175.) https://issuu.com/richardgrove1/stacks/40131a9b3e1d42b8b4a0b829dc08ec2e “I am delighted that Poetry Editor […]

Posted on 13 July 2022 | 9:09 am

JC Sulzenko’s poem “Sleep, hiding” a finalist and published in Public Poetry’s PANDEMIC POEMS

JC’s memory of a dream prompted her to write “Sleep, hiding” which is rooted in her experience during the first year of the pandemic. She is delighted that Public Poetry (Houston, Texas) and Director Fran Sanders chose this poem as a finalist and included it in PANDEMIC POEMS, their new anthology, now available for purchase. […]

Posted on 27 June 2022 | 7:19 am

BRICOLAGE stays a finalist: JC Sulzenko congratulates winners of the CAA’s Fred Kerner Book Award

JC congratulated Catherine Graham (winner) and and Susan Olding (Honourable Mention) who took home top awards in the Canadian Author Association’s (CAA) Fred Kerner Book Award Contest. She feels honoured to have had her collection of centos, BRICOLAGE, among five finalists for this national prize. Aeolus House published BRICOLAGE in 2021 under her pseudonym, A. […]

Posted on 9 June 2022 | 6:46 pm

Poetry Super Highway Issue for Holocaust Remembrance Day, April 28, features JC’s poem, “Panorama”

Poetry Super Highway Editor and Publisher Rick Lupert released the 24th annual Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) issue for Thursday, April 28. JC is honoured to have her poem “Panorama” appear in the issue which features the work of 104 poets from around the world. “Panorama” first appeared in the Canadian Jewish News and then […]

Posted on 28 April 2022 | 8:52 am

Great event April 25 featuring Aeolus House authors on the themes of intimacy and hope

Publisher Allan Briesmaster of Aeolus House welcomed a great audience to hear eight authors read from their recent books of poetry. JC, reading as A. Garnett Weiss, the pseudonym she uses for centos and other found poetry, chose 4 poems from BRICOLAGE and unveiled 3 centos written since the collection came out last summer. Many […]

Posted on 7 February 2022 | 8:30 am

Centos for the 21st century –lose yourself in BRICOLAGE

On October 15, JC and colleague Blaine Marchand gave a by-invitation, in-person reading from their new poetry collections for friends under the canopy at the most hospitable winery in Prince Edward County, Half Moon Bay Winery. This event followed Aeolus House’s virtual launch of JC’s book of centos, BRICOLAGE, and Blaine’s BECOMING HISTORY on Thursday, […]

Posted on 30 July 2021 | 4:56 pm