Category Archives: poetry readings


Permission to attend our reading

Judy LeBlanc’s new collection of personal essays, Permission to Land, reflects on her mother’s First Nations heritage, and why this wasn’t discussed in the family during her lifetime. It’s a beautiful read and you can hear from it, and poetry … Continue reading

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Salt Spring

I travelled to Salt Spring Island at the start of November for a couple of reasons: but mostly to take a turn as featured reader at the Poetry Open Mic series, at the Salt Spring Library. Mercifully arrived between rainstorms … Continue reading

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See you on Salt Spring?

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Eco-lit in Portland

I’ve gone to quite a number of ASLE and ALECC conferences over the years. This year’s ASLE conference – its first post-pandemic gathering – was in Portland Oregon. Unusually for an organization that normally meets on campus in a smallish … Continue reading

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Earth Day Poetry!

If you’re in Vancouver next Saturday April 20, please come to our reading! It’s at the Capilano Branch library, 3045 Highland Blvd, North Vancouver (Registration link: Please pass the word to North Shore poetry pals!

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