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.
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Ruth Daniell featured as part of Poetry Grrrowl on All Lit Up Canada
In this new interview, some kind people at refer to me as “rad” (!) and let me talk about my love of poetry and fairy tales. And one of the poems I’m most proud of from my book The Brightest Thing is included in this feature on All Lit Up Canada–the first time that “Fitcher’sContinue reading “Ruth Daniell featured as part of Poetry Grrrowl on All Lit Up Canada”
The Brightest Thing forthcoming early 2019 with Caitlin Press
I’m excited to announce that my first book of poetry, The Brightest Thing, is forthcoming early next year with Caitlin Press (and it has a beautiful fairy tale cover)! Read all about it on the publisher’s online catalogue. And stay tuned for launch party details–I can’t wait to share this book with you!
I was recently back in Vancouver for two weeks to run some teacher training workshops for BASA (the beloved speech arts school where I used to teach and for which I still design curriculum), and while I was back in my old neighbourhood I ate a lot of ice cream, dipped my toes in theContinue reading “Glamato Interview”
Poetry forthcoming in Room Magazine
I’m super pleased that I have three poems appearing in the spring issue (40.2) of Room Magazine, edited by Meghan Bell. “Dust,” “Love and Nintendo,” and “Creatures” explore the after-effects of sexual violence, and I so appreciate that they found a first home in such an awesome feminist magazine. There are lots of other fine writers featuredContinue reading “Poetry forthcoming in Room Magazine”
A Poem in Petal Journal
One of my poems has been published in Petal Journal, a new online poetry journal of female perspectives based out of Toronto and edited by the ever-lovely Sara Jane Strickland. Sara Jane’s project is incredibly wonderful and generous, and the site just radiates elegance. Go check out the clean, understated aesthetic of the archive and sink intoContinue reading “A Poem in Petal Journal”