Interviews

I’ve conducted a number of interviews with Canadian-based poets, writers, and creative practitioners. These interviews offer an intimate look inside the minds and creative practices of dynamic and innovative people. Enjoy!

2017
“Sounds that Emerge from You”: An Interview with David Lee. International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation. Web. [Forthcoming].

2016  
Harmonious Dissonance: Paul Watkins in Conversation with George Elliott Clarke.” The Malahat Review. Web.

2014
“‘Taste is the Great Enemy:’ An Interview with Ben Grossman.” Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice. Web.

“‘We Can Never Tell the Entire Story of Slavery’: M. NourbeSe Philip in Conversation with Paul Watkins about Zong!.” Toronto Review of Books.

2013
“‘Schizophonophilia’: An Audio-interplay between Wayde Compton and Paul Watkins.” Vancouver, BC.

“‘we tellin’ stories yo’: A Performance and Interview with renowned dub poet d’bi.young.” DJ set by DJ Techné (myself). Paintbox Bistro. Toronto, On. Thursday, August 8th.

2012  
‘Your bass sounds like a typewriter’: A Reading and Interview with George Elliott Clarke.” Co-interviewed with Katherine McLeod. Public Interview. TransCanada Institute. Guelph, Ont. Friday, April 27th.

2011  
Speaker, Plenary, “WRITING JAZZ,” A discussion between Paul Watkins and Cecil Foster (Sociology and Anthropology, University of Guelph). Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium. Conference (Sound Practices), University of Guelph. Guelph, Ont. September 7th.

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Ph.D. Professor. Writer. Musician. A space for riffings on film, literature, and music.

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