Sharron Proulx-Turner is a Metis writer raised in the Ottawa River valley. She holds a Masters in English from the University of Calgary and has taught writing and literature at University of Calgary, Old Sun College and Mount Royal College in Alberta. She currently lives in Calgary.
This week we found moments of reprieve with our last few poetry cures and got our maps out for Canadian Independent Bookstore Day.
This week we read some poetry, learned about feminist festivals, and tons more In Review.
Day 2 of Canada Reads kicked off with a bang: tenuous alliances were challenged and the panelists fiercely defended their own titles. There was a palpable gasp as Thomas King’s The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America, championed in this ... Read more
There are several kinds or qualities of geography interlaven in the poetry of this collection. Canadian municipal place names, from west to east – Victoria (BC), Winnipeg (MB), Ottawa (ON), and Iqaluit (NU) – form a trellis of real-world geographies. Internet conversation ... Read more
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