Emma Telaro

Emma Telaro is a writer and reader living in Montreal. She is the Associate Director of AELAQ.

Reviews by Emma Telaro:

November 1, 2022
Alexei Perry Cox's PLACE offers radical, strategic, and intuitive ways of being.
July 4, 2022
In Invisible Sea, Kevin Bushell reflects on what it means to be airborne, shifting perspectives between men and objects of flight
July 4, 2022
In Emanations, Prathna Lor suggests that speech is a kind of eruption, where we might locate the self.
July 4, 2022
In Horrible Dance, Avery Lake addresses catastrophe, moving with ease from difficult meditations on abuse to irreverent wit.