Michelle Sylliboy, a Mi'kmaq (L'nuk) artist/author, was raised on unceded territory in We'koqmaq, Cape Breton, NS. PhD Candidate, Michelle is working on her Philosophy of Education Doctorate Degree fieldwork where she will combine her artistic background and education by creating a L'nuk Komqwejwi'kasikl (Hieroglyphic) curriculum with L'nuk teachers and Elders in Cape Breton, NS.
This week we turned SIX and threw ourselves a blog party with a look back on memorable moments and books, launched this season's Indie Reading Room, treated ourselves to Chocolate Almond-Butter squares from Jessica Mitton's new cookbook, and more!
The All Lit Up Indie Reading Room is open for another season with more authors and new books! If you tuned into our first iteration of IRR, you'll remember we hosted live readings via Zoom all May long. This time we're taking it to the gram with a lineup of ten fantastic authors ... Read more
Happy National Poetry Month! This week we launched Poetry Grrrowl: Rad Women of Poetry to celebrate all the badass women poets out there with interviews, excerpts, a (kind-of-difficult) quiz, and free swag. Plus: we're giving you 15% off all Poetry Grrrowl books all month. Holy, ... Read more
This National Poetry Month we're shouting it out to all the rad women of poetry who write in all kinds of spaces and styles and explore all kinds of themes. Poetry Grrrowl is a raised fist and high-five to those women who make us better readers and thinkers. Join us here on ... Read more
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