Katherine Leyton’s poetry and nonfiction have appeared in Hazlitt, the Edinburgh Review, and the Globe and Mail, among others. She is also the founder of the highly unorthodox poetry blog HowPedestrian.ca. She lives in Toronto.
Father John Misty, Foals and Irma Thomas. I also listen to an episode of the CBC's Writers & Company almost every morning while I drink my coffee.
Nothing, at least recently. I don't own a TV and I have no idea what's going on in film right now. Last winter, however, I fell in love with Twin Peaks and have never gotten over it.
How Should a Person Be? By Sheila Heti, Red Doc by Anne Carson, Collected Poems by CK Williams, Women, Culture & Politics by Angela Davis.