Kevin McNeilly – Robson Reading Series at IKBLC Presents “Embouchere”

Webcast sponsored by Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the Robson Reading Series at IKBLC.

Kevin McNeilly is an associate professor in the Department of English at UBC. He has been interested in poetics and philosophy since graduate school: he wrote his Master’s thesis on the poetry of Robert Bringhurst, and his doctoral dissertation on the later work of William Butler Yeats. He has written and published scholarship and critical essays on a variety of literature, media and music, including work by writers, thinkers and performers such as Charles Mingus, Elizabeth Bishop, Jan Zwicky, Miles Davis, and Robert Creeley. He is a member of the “Improvisation, Community and Social Practice” research initiative. In addition to his academic publications, he has had poems published in Canadian Literature and The Antigonish Review. Embouchure (Nightwood Editions, 2011) is his debut poetry collection. He lives in Vancouver, BC.


Selected Articles and Books At UBC Library

McNeilly, K. (2011). Embouchure. Gibsons, B.C: Nightwood Editions. [Link]

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