Elizabeth Ross was born in Victoria, BC. Her poems have been published in a number of Canadian literary magazines and anthologies, including the Malahat Review, the Fiddlehead, and Best Canadian Poetry. In 2013, she was longlisted for the 2013 CBC Poetry Prize. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and is a former editor of PRISM international. She currently lives in Toronto with her family and teaches writing at OCAD University.
Mother's Day is coming up and because books are the wise choice for lit-loving moms, we’ve put together a few suggestions depending on what type of books the moms in your life love to read.
If you're in Toronto this week - you're in luck! There're tons of launches and readings happening in Ontario's capital.
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Word on the Street Toronto and Word Vancouver are this week, but if you don't live in those two cities, no problem. There's something literary going on almost everywhere!
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This week: readings with authors from Thistledown Press and Talonbooks in Saskatoon, and the Palimpsest Press Poetry Garden Party in Toronto.
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