MARCH 2020
  • Cobourg, Ontario: Third Thursday Reading Series. 66 King East. 7.30 pm CANCELLED
  • London, Ontario: Poetry London, with Mary diMichele.London Branch Library,167 Wortley Rd. 7 pm CANCELLED
Stay healthy and safe, everyone! Hopefully these events will be rescheduled later in the year.

Alexandra Sweny's view with Yellow Crane in Prairie Fire:  "[T]he crane as both a disruption of the horizon and a grounding landmark...Gillis holds these two opposing views in tandem, negotiating the tension between the support and the destruction of the urban world."

The Malahat Review's Laura Ritland reads Yellow Crane: "Like its own internal fixation on the interplay of light and shadow or the wind’s restless movements over “whorls” and “spirals” of hay (“Obelisk”), Yellow Crane settles and unsettles, decides and un-decides, embracing the movement between ideas rather than pinning them to rigid or static definitions."

Kateri Lanthier reads Yellow Crane for ARC

Lucky Seven Interview: Ecologies of the Heart

An early version of "Yellow Crane" (poem) in Numero Cinq

Poetry Mini Interviews: six short Q&A

About The Rapids

Rob Taylor reads The Rapids

Mining Moments of Purposeful Dislocation: Abby Paige reads The Rapids

Kenneth Radu reads Susan Gillis at Linda Leith Publishing.

Poetry & Poetics: Lemon Hound with Susan Gillis & Sue Goyette

"Retreating Ice" at Montreal Review of Books

Atlantic Canadian Poetry Archive
Kate Cino's Art Openings on Twenty Views of the Lachine Rapids

Andrew Vasius reads The Rapids

Limitless Music: interview with Henry Hix

George Elliott Clarke reads The Rapids

A Place Dark Enough to See: Mark Lavorato on The Rapids

About Volta

Volta reviewed in Montreal Review of Books

Twenty Views of the Lachine Rapids

Best Canadian Poetry in English 2012, 2013

About Swimming Among the Ruins