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Joseph Hutt

Arts Writer

Joseph Hutt is an Ottawa writer, dabbling in journalism, radio broadcasting, arts reviewing, and fiction writing. It's a common opinion that he's a busy guy; he would agree. If you like the stuff he writes about and how he writes it, check out his portfolio at cuppajoebooks.com!


Write On Ottawa: A Canadian pipeline dystopia in prose poetry

Joseph Hutt is a freelance writer and editor living in Ottawa. You can find him on tumblr  and Twitter. Welcome to Innisfree, a home to free-spirits, nonconformists, and one very determined hipster-turn-elk-farmer. Nestled between the redefined “Can’tadian” provincial borders of “PC Columbia” and “Cowberta,” it exists within an idyllic sanctuary of self-governance, thanks to a […]

4000 Miles takes on generation gaps & bandwagon beliefs

Joseph Hutt is an Ottawa-based freelance writer and editor with an interest in local literary and theater culture. He is the Associate Editor for the Ottawa Arts Review, and has just been hired as the Managing Editor of The Leveller. 4000 Miles, presented by Kanata Theatre, and running until September 26th, is a play that […]

Celebrate Odyssey Theatre’s 30th birthday and see The Things We Do For Love

Joseph Hutt is an Ottawa-based freelance writer and editor with an interest in local literary and theater culture. He is the Associate Editor for the Ottawa Arts Review, and has just been hired as the Managing Editor of The Leveller. He currently blogs at cuppajoebooks.tumblr.com. On July 26th, Odyssey Theatre showed us that they’re 30 […]

Whose Aemilia?

60 Minutes | Drama, Comedy, Social Commentary | G Whose Aemilia? is a thought-provoking performance, illuminating the timeless conflict between History and Her Story by focusing on the life of Aemilia Bassano Lanyer, a poet who was a contemporary of Shakespeare’s. Popularly suspected of being his muse, she is known as the Dark Lady. Rachel Eugster, the […]

The Nature Of Things Of Nature

40 Minutes | Comedy, Stand-up, Solo | PG It is just comedian Nick Carter’s luck to be reviewed by someone who had just seen David Suzuki in person not an hour before his performance and who won’t likely be able to keep those experiences separate in his mind. Carter’s The Nature of Things of Nature is a […]

o God

60 min | Comedy, Drama, Storytelling | PG o God is series of religiously inspired vignettes, from the anecdotal to the metaphoric, that was put together by Faith and Arts Ottawa, and is a production that retains much of the same spirit and cast of their previous year’s Fringe performance, godVerbatim. While many interpretations can […]

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