“I think a writer has an obligation, a twofold obligation. One is to bring forth the truth that is within, and the other is to bear witness in this world”
Change is inevitable. It brings about a sense of loss for what is being left behind, but it also forces us to go forward and create new paths, forge new friendships, and generate new ideas
“we felt that if we worked on something together, we would help to push each other through”
” how to write about something so massive, so pervasive, so threatening?”
But do we really play? Just have fun with the sport, the musical instrument, the piece of writing we’re working on? Do we improvise for the sake of improvising?
A behind the scenes look at running a poetry collective
It’s easy to begin the new year with a blog about new prospects, resolutions, new hopes and aspirations, especially as we all look forward to this new decade. But I want to begin this year’s blog, this new decade with the idea of winter. Real winter — the kind that brings double-digit, sub-zero temperatures. TheContinue reading “Winter, writer”
“It’s really important to work together. It goes back to community. it’s important for womxn to support one another”
I am so thrilled and honoured to announce that my unpublished novel, A Twitch in the Bones, made it to this year’s Guernica Prize for Literary Fiction Longlist! Many thanks to everyone at Guernica Editions!!https://www.guernicaeditions.com/
I’m so pleased to announce that my poetry chapbook, An Archaeology of Desire won an honourable mention recently in the Big Pond Rumours chapbook contest! My thanks to Sharon Berg, and congratulations to all those who entered!