Happy National Poetry Month! I’ll be giving a short reading tonight, April 8th to open the City of Dawson Council Meeting.
This Saturday, April 13th at 7 pm, I am so excited to be launching the Best New Poets in Canada anthology at Well-Read Books in Whitehorse, Yukon. My dear friend Joanna Lilley will be hosting, and there will be readings from Whitehorse writers Becca MacCulloch and Katie Zdybel, and music from Susu Robin. I’ll be reading a selection of work from my anthology-mates Sarah Kabamba and Georgia Wilder as well as my own poems. I really hope to see you there!
I am so thrilled to announce that my chapbook manuscript, “Thick”, with poems about mothering young children, isolation and post-partum depression, is included in this wonderful anthology from Quattro Books. You can find it online here or request it from your favourite local bookstore or library! Stay tuned for launches planned in Whitehorse and Dawson City!
Hi friends! I’ll be showing some of my new Pit poems this weekend at the second annual Art Break Hotel Open Studio and Exhibition, at The Westminster Hotel in Dawson City. Come see my studio, read some poems, and grab a bookmark. I’ll have a few books for sale, too!
Hello, and happy new year! I have two events coming up that I wanted to let you know about.
Next weekend, January 26-27-28, I’ll have an audio installation and open studio in the Art Break Hotel Exhibition at the Westminster Hotel in Dawson City, Yukon. I’m so excited to be a part of this show featuring 9 different artists who have completed work in the studio spaces of the hotel. The show is in conjunction with the (s)hiver Winter Arts Festival. Pop by and visit my studio, hear a recording of a few of my poems, say hello (I’ll be hanging around!)
The following week, on January 31st, I’ll be reading at the launch of the print edition of The Northern Review. The launch will take place at Yukon College in Whitehorse, Yukon, at the college bistro from 5 to 7.
Thanks for all your support!
I’m so honoured to have two poems in The Northern Review, a journal published out of Yukon College in Whitehorse. You can read the poems online at The Northern Review today, along with so many other talented Yukon and northern-inspired writers, and hopefully in print very soon.