Interviews

The Best Show (not really an interview, but 10000% more fun)

Open Book Toronto (Obsession, assumptions, first-person)

All Lit Up  (Toronto, Self-sonar, world-classness)

Writer’s Block Q & A (Influence, Night Cheddar, the coming apocalypse)

Broken Pencil cover story (Anxiety, depth perception, work)


Reviews

“The work is not simply smart, it’s intelligent, energetic and often humourous: wonderful, significant and needed.”
- Stan Rogal (All Lit Up)

“Healey [is] a poet well-versed in critical and theoretical discourse but who also has a keen eye for the everyday and the real… In its treatment of the relationship between self and world, language and form, [Begin With the End in Mind] deserves a wider readership beyond its local/regional audience in Canada.”
   - Philip Coleman (The Penny Dreadful magazine)

“Both striking and oddly soothing… these poems dance”
   - Nico Mara-McKay (Broken Pencil)

“BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND IS AS STRANGE AND AS SMART AS IT IS RELATABLE AND HAS THE CONTEMPLATIVE QUIRKY AWARENESS THAT OTHER YOUNG WRITER-THINGS CAN ONLY HOPE TO ACHIEVE. I WANT TO FOLD MYSELF INTO THE PAGES OF THIS LITTLE BOOK AND SLEEP THERE.”
- ALESSANDRA FERRI (BOOKSTYLIST)