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    Seemed like a good time to start a press.(Bored? Go to fineperiodpress.com to jump some books.)
    We’ve embraced the magic of picture-in-picture-in-picture technology.
    The Giving Shapes are online!Watch this excerpt from their beautiful music video for the song "Shadow's Hue" right here. Listen to/buy their album "Earth Leaps Up" here:https://elsewheremusic.bandcamp.com/album/earth-leaps-up
    Emily Dundas Oke is Online!Emily is an emerging curator, interdisciplinary artist, and arts administrator. As a Metis, Scottish, English and nehiyaw iskwew, she is grateful to be an organizer and a co-curator of the Indigenous Brilliance reading and performance series. She's had the pleasure of doing residencies here and abroad and made it through a philosophy degree.
    Aaron Read is online!Illustrator, musician, comedian—Aaron is real great at lotsa stuff. Here's an important excerpt from his video.
    Ivanna Baranova is online!Ivanna is a Guatemalan-Slovak poet and the author of CONFIRMATION BIAS, published by Metatron Press in 2019. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Wonder, Blush Lit, Peach Mag, Jubilat, Newest York, Cosmonauts Avenue, and elsewhere. She lives in Brooklyn.
    At some point in April, a mix of talented writers, comedians and musicians recorded some videos, they were edited together, and now, if you like, you can watch 'em. (Proceed to bio.)
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On the show:
Ivanna Baranova
Aaron Read
Emily Dundas Oke
and music by The Giving ShapesHosted by Cole NowickiPoster by Alejandra García y Gutiérrez!
    “Smash that like button.”
    The wonderful sounds of Theresa are online!You can also listen to/buy their music here: https://theresa-fm.bandcamp.com/releases
    The very funny Nathan Hare is online and he has something important that he needs to share with you.
    Brandi Bird is online!They are a Saulteaux and Cree poet from Treaty 1 territory currently living and learning on Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh land. Their work has been published in Poetry is Dead, Pearls and Prism. Their debut chapbook, I Am Still Too Much, came out with Rahila's Ghost Press last year.