All posts by: bp@brandonpitts.com

Brandon Wins Competition at “Best Originals.”

Brandon Wins Competition at “Best Originals.” Brandon wooed the audience and won the poetry competition at The Best Originals reading series at Toronto’s Hirut Restaurant.  July 2nd, 2014.

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Killcreek

Killcreek Killcreek was staged at Toronto’s Randolph Theatre, 736 Bathurst st. Friday, July 5, 2013 – 7:00pm – 8:00pm 2013 Sunday, July 7, 2013 – 3:30pm – 4:30pm 2013 Monday, July 8, 2013 – 10:30pm – 11:30pm 2013 Wednesday, July 10, 2013 – […]

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Johanna – a play

Johanna – a play Johanna was commissioned by the Humber River Shakespeare Co, for their annual Sonnet Show at Montgomery’s Inn. Five playwrights were given fourteen days to compose a fourteen minute play based on one of the Shakespeare’s sonnets. […]

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One Night – a play

One Night – a play Brandon’s first Play. Penny, a 32-year-old plus-sized woman has had enough of being a virgin and all the assumptions and labels that come with it. Unhappy with her life in general, she finds herself at […]

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Poetry Reading at Toronto’s Urban Gallery with bill bissett

On Saturday, June 28th, Brandon read to a full crowd at Toronto’s Urban Gallery for the “June-Bug Romp.” The event was hosted by Philip Cairns and the other poets on the bill were the legendary bill bissett, David Bateman and Kirk […]

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TOK 7 – Writing the New Toronto

TOK 7 – Writing the New Toronto Within this prestigious anthology is Brandon’s short story The Son in Law, a work of fiction that won him his induction into the Diaspora Dialogues as an “Emerging Voice” for 2011. Within a month of his […]

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Canadian Voices II

Canadian Voices II This is Brandon’s first major publication. Picked by the publisher from the other authors to read from his work and be featured at the book launch, it was Canadian Voices II that started Brandon’s ascent into Toronto’s literati. November […]

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Randomly Accessed Poetics – Heart Splatters Into Significance

Randomly Accessed Poetics – Heart Splatters Into Significance An early version of Brandon’s poem, Zul Qarnayn, from the forthcoming poetry collection, Legba: The Prophesy of the Comming Mannish Child, makes graces the pages of “RAP’s” first ever print edition. (Brandon’s Poem Magdalene from the Courtney […]

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Labour of Love – poetry magazine #38

Labour of Love – poetry magazine #38 Inside is the first appearance of an early version of Brandon’s poem The Doctor of Theology from the forthcoming collection Legba: The Prophesy of the Coming Mannish Child. http://labouroflovemagazine.com/Home.html Winter 2014, ISSN 1192-621x

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Labour of Love – poetry magazine #36

Labour of Love – poetry magazine #36 An early version of Brandon’s poem In My Hour of Death from Tender in the Age of Fury makes its first appearance in this issue. Brandon also shot the photograph that serves as a cover. This was a special […]

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