Illustrated by Cara Guri
Illustrated throughout with diagrams both helpful and fanciful, Microphone Lessons for Poets is partly real instructions about microphones that people can use, and partly a feminist manifesto that people can’t.
“Microphone Lessons for Poets is a fun little read, and could even prove useful for poets making the rounds in the open mic circuit.” —Broken Pencil
On “Humour and Feminism”: Helen Guri in conversation with Domenica Martinello —The Town Crier
Helen Guri is the author of Match, published by Coach House Books, and shortlisted for the Trillium Book Award for Poetry. Her poems and essays have been published widely in Canada, as well as in the U.S. and Australia. She currently works as a freelance editor of fiction and nonfiction for various large and small presses, and edits poetry for Brick Books. She lives in Toronto.