In/Words celebrates chapbook launch

In/words Magazine, Carleton’s student run literary and poetry magazine held an event to launch the chapbook, The Rose Bush and the Myrtle , by Colin Mylrea. The event was held at Clocktower Brew Pub on Bank Street on Jan. 31. It was their first event of the year.   Live music was played by Clarissa Fortin, Mia Morgan was the first act, and Mylrea read from his chapbook, which he said he has worked on for “a little over a year.” He also said that he is inspired by little everyday moments. The event was filled with joy and laughter as artist after artist performed. Clarissa Fortin got the audience to sing along with her on the chorus of her […]

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In/Words launches new poetry collection

Carleton’s literary publication, In/Words, is publishing a poetry chapbook (a short collection of poetry) written by a Carleton humanities student. The Rose Bush and the Myrtle is a collection of poems by Colin Mylrea, and will be released on Jan. 31. The launch party and joint open mic will be held at the Clocktower Brew Pub on Bank Street, featuring a musician and live painter. The small publication has developed a lot since its humble beginnings at Carleton. Founder and professor, Collette Tracey, started In/Words as a university-based magazine back in 2001 with a team of her students. According to editor Manahil Bandukwala, In/Words has expanded into more than just a student-run magazine. “It was started to promote literature and […]

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