Julian Day



OrbitsModel Press, 2023

Late Summer FlowersAnstruther Press, 2021


"Cherry Coke and Sadness" — Contemporary Verse 2, Fall 2023

"Migration Lines" — The Antigonish Review, Volume 52, Number 210, Summer 2022

"October"One Minute Poems, October 6 2022

"Ryder Ave"Olney Magazine, September 16 2022

"After the Boats"The Ex-Puritan, Issue 57, Spring 2022

"New Year's Day: Sage Creek, 2021", "Pilgrim"Spotlight series (May 2022)

"Against Water-Elf Disease", "Last Kiss", "Octopus", "Plans", "Twillingate", "Word of Recall" — SAGINAW, Issue 10

"Red Sun"dusie, January 25 2022

"Twillingate, 3"Ghost City Review, December 2021

"Absence" — Banshee, Issue 12

"River and Burn"Arc Award of Awesomeness, March 2021

"Honeycomb" — This Magazine, March/April 2021

"After the Apocalypse"Juniper, Volume 4, Issue 3

"1999", "2021"minison zine

"Bio/luminescence (excerpt)", "Dandelions", "Ghazal for End of Winter", "IM on Your Last Day"The Pi Review

"My Bosses Want Me to Attend the Company Mindfulness Session"Train : a poetry journal

"The Ledger", "Midwinter" — Train : a poetry journal, Issue 9

"The Swan" — Cypress

"Angels"8 Poems, Issue 2.12

"Family Love" — heart (post ghost press)

"Philae", "X-Ray" — EVENT, Issue 49/1

"Twillingate, 2"Ghost City Review, April 2020

"Newfoundland Fragments" — Winnipeg Free Press: Writes of Spring 2020, April 18 2020

"Why Would You Write About Sage Creek?"Chaudiere Books, National Poetry Month feature, April 4 2020

"Saskatchewan"Juniper, Volume 3, Issue 3

"Ceasefire"Rockvale Review, Issue 5

"Fable"Ghost City Review, September 2019

"March Thaw with Dead Robin"Contemporary Verse 2 2019 2-Day Poem Contest (Editor's Mom's Choice), Fall 2019

"Climate Change" BBest of the Net NomineeThe /tƐmz/ Review, Issue 8

"Lacuna: Iliad XVIII"8 Poems, Issue 2.1

"Bog Man at Lindow", "Morning Prayer", "Qu'Appelle Moon" — Qwerty, Issue 39

"Bloom" — Contemporary Verse 2, Winter 2019

"Presence"8 Poems, Issue 7

"Judith and Holofernes" — The Feathertale Review, Issue 21

"Cadence" — Winnipeg Free Press, National Poetry Month feature, April 29 2017

Creative Nonfiction

"Coming to the Viola" — Riddle Fence, Issue 42


"Dragon Warrior"talking about strawberries all the time, October 6 2021

Essays & Reviews

Nectarine by Chad Campbellperiodicities, June 1 2023

on +doc and null pointer pressperiodicities, March 3 2023

Skylarking by Mark Callananperiodicities, July 2 2021

Drakkar Noir by Michael ChangBarrelhouse, April 29 2021

A Sinking Ship is Still a Ship by Ariel Franciscoperiodicities, January 3 2021

Light Waves The Leaves by Razielle Aigenperiodicities, November 2 2020

White Blood: A Lyric of Virginia by Kiki PetrosinoWhale Road Review, Issue 20

Roguelike by Mathew HendersonThe /tƐmz/ Review, Issue 11

Unlucky Fours by Ellen Chang-Richardsonperiodicities, April 1 2020

Notes and Dispatches: Essays, by rob mclennanEmpty Mirror, October 25 2019

"This Hour, and That One: The Importance of the Arts in Education" — Saskatchewan Teachers Federation Bulletin 84-07.


Late Summer Flowers — Russell Carisse in periodicities

Late Summer Flowers — Kim Fahner in periodicities

Late Summer Flowers by Julian Day — Bryce Warnes in The Pamphleteer

Valentine's Day, 2021: nina jane drystek, Nicholas Power + Julian Day — rob mclennan

Late Summer Flowers — Martha Warren in The Poetry Question


notes from the field - Winnipeg, MBperiodicities, September 4 2021

Interviews & Conversations

The art of writing #71: Julian Daytalking about strawberries all of the time, October 3 2022

Six Questions interviewChaudiere Books, March 14 2021

An interview with Julian DayTrain : a poetry journal, January 28 2021

"Julian Day : My (Small Press) Writing Day"my (small press) writing day, November 6 2018


Featured Reader, Speaking Crow Reading Series — Winnipeg, MB, March 1 2022


J. Day. "A Framework for Autonomic Web Service Selection". Master's thesis, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, 2005.

J. Day and R. Deters. "Selecting the Best Web Service". In Proceedings of the conference of the Centre for Advanced Studies on Collaborative Research, 2004.

J. Day. "Phase Transitions and Satisfiability". Undergraduate thesis, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, 2003.