It means so much to me to be a part of this book and to have a performance as part of the online launch. My thanks to Sue Goyette and all my fellow contributors, and the publisher, for making this important and necessary book possible.
I’m thrilled to be a contributor to this important project: Watch Your Head: Responding to the Climate Crisis. The book is due to be released in the fall, but the book’s cover is revealed now and you can pre-order. Please do. This book’s proceeds will go towards battling the climate crisis, and it’s full ofContinue reading “New poem forthcoming in Watch Your Head (anthology)”
I grew up performing other writers’ work in speech arts festivals, nursing the hope that one day I would be a published writer like those whose work I knew by heart. It means so much to know that today there are young performers who are performing my poetry. Truly, one of the things I’m mostContinue reading “Poem included in Poetry in Voice anthology”
The Okanagan launch for GUSH: Menstrual Manifestos for Our Times (Frontenac Press) is being held at the Caetani Culture Centre in Vernon, BC on June 20, 2018 at 7pm. I’ll be there–I hope to see you!
Check it out! Gush, an anthology about menstruation forthcoming from Frontenac House, is soon to be released! I’m thrilled to be a contributor.
I’m excited to share the news that I’m one of the contributing writers to Sustenance: Writers from BC and Beyond on the Subject of Food, edited by Rachel Rose. The book will be published by Anvil Press this coming fall. Profits from the book are shared with refugee and low-income families through the BC Farmers MarketContinue reading “Sustenance: Writers from BC and Beyond on the Subject of Food”
Join us for another celebration of Boobs: Women Explore What it Means to Have Breasts in Vancouver on Saturday, June 18 at Trees Coffee downtown on Granville St. RSVP to the event on Facebook. Details below! :Women
I had an amazing time in Calgary last weekend. It had been many years since I’d visited the city and it was so much fun to spend time there and soak up some Albertan sun (there’s plenty sun here right now on the west coast, too). My thanks to Shelf Life Books for hosting theContinue reading “Boobs launch in Calgary filled Shelf Life Books”
Happy International Women’s Day! I’m delighted that a feature about Boobs: Women Explore What it Means to Have Breasts—due to be published later this month by Caitlin Press—is up on the All Lit Up website today as the newest edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change. Julia Horel interviews me about how the Boobs project cameContinue reading “Interview with Boobs contributors up on All Lit Up for International Women’s Day”