Intro Blurbs

CAREER NEWS: Sylvie’s on the move! To CBC/Radio-Canada

When I tell people, “I’ll be working for CBC/Radio-Canada” they ask me what time I’ll be on. Some say I’m Strombo 2, The Girl Version. Or the host of a new, provocative literary segment. I’d be happy to be Catherine Pogonat, but like the BBC say, she’s the one and only… Check out my article […]

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Sylvie Hill, a true romantic-comedic poet, writes about sexual frustration, drunks and rock n’ roll. Her satiric sketches of obsession and infatuation strongly recall our most embarrassing tendencies. By reducing humans’ grandiose attempts at love, fame and happiness, this Ottawa poet and spoken-word artist detonates all preconceptions of what one expects to hear emanate from […]

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Shotgun was described by Stuart Trew, the former Editor-in-Chief of The Ottawa XPress, as Sylvie Hill’s new hard-hitting weekly column that zeroes in on life in Ottawa by targeting the head and heart as it aims for the jugular. Irreverent, challenging, funny and always personal, the buckshot fired from this loaded gun gets the job […]

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