I'm so looking forward to this slate of upcoming events in Mohkinstis! The two-week countdown is on! Each of these in-person events is free and open to the public, with the exception of the Writers' Guild of Alberta workshop. Please, please wear a mask if you are attending. If you can't attend and would be interested in online reduxes, drop me a line and I'll see about making it happen. All accessibility information is through the registration links.
On the evening of February 6th, I'm leading a workshop on the University of Calgary campus for poets and writers at all ages and stages called "The Woods." Let's get specific about your writing; I'm here to help you forget everything you've ever been told about being "too niche," or everything you've ever feared in that regard. Register for the waitlist here. Huge thanks to the Taylor Family Digital Library for their support for this event, which is astonishingly already full.
On February 7th in the evening, the Writers' Guild of Alberta is generously hosting me for a workshop on figuring out when a poem is done. (It haunts us! How do we know when?!?) This workshop is free for members of the WGA. Register for the waitlist here.
At noon on February 8th, come hang out with me and Outreach Engagement Librarian Christena McKillop! We'll talk about applying for residencies, the extremely winding road of being a working writer, how much I love libraries, and more. Big thanks again to the Taylor Family Library - and Christena! - for this one. Register here!
And that evening on February 8th, join me at the Alexandra Writers' Centre for a workshop on setting boundaries as a writer and poet. Register here!
On the 9th and 10th, I'll see you at the events for Jamaica Kincaid! Find out more about this incredible opportunity and Professor Kincaid's visit to Calgary here.