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Henry Doyle


Henry Doyle has been working with the Thursdays Writing Collective in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver for four years. His work has been published in four of the group’s chapbooks, in Megaphone, at thetyee.ca and on his blog, wastelandjournalschapters.wordpress.com. Doyle grew up in Ontario and has lived in Vancouver since 2004.

"It’s 6 a.m. when the lights turn on / in a white-washed drugstore, / as if it were a little theatre / shining out onto the sidewalk." more

POETRY

An animated short featuring "Drunken Laundry Day with Charles Bukowski" by Henry Doyle, winner of the Downtown Eastside Writers' Jamboree Writing Contest. more

POETRY 2 Comments

Read a poem by Henry Doyle, one of the winning entries in the 2011 Downtown Eastside Writers' Jamboree Writing Contest, featuring skinny hardened rat-faced drug addicts. more

DTES Writing Contest 2 Comments

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