: Natasha Sawh
Kellough is a Montréal writer (via Calgary) who has
been an active member of the literary community since his
arrival in 1998. He has published in Filling Station,
Matrix, Kola, Free Fall, has written for radio (CBC,
CKUT), newspaper (Globe and Mail, Montréal
Gazette), and diverse periodicals (among them Canadian
Dimension and Rabble).
In 2001 he was awarded a Canada Council writing grant to
work on a book of poems set in Montréal.
is that book. Kaie is a member of the Québec Writers'
He has been invited to read his work in Ottawa, Toronto,
Halifax, New York, and Thunder Bay, while reading regularly
in Montréal. He was a featured artist in CBC's 2003
Canada Reads series, to which he contributed a written work
based on the Hubert Aquin novel Prochain épisode.
For the past three years, Kaie has written, researched,
produced, and hosted a CKUT
community radio show. Kaie has organized numerous readings
that have featured other local (and out-of-town) writers.
He is an active member of Montréal-based live
organic improvider Kalmunity Vibe Collective and is
co-editor of Talking
watch Kaie perform on CBC's
the Hour cover
Kellough is rhythm personified."
-- Montréal Review of Books mRb
la langue nait
salt the severed
listen to Kaie from live improve
recording in Montréal