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Planet Earth Poetry: Onjana Yawnghwe, Micheline Maylor

Fri. October 19th 2018 Hillside Coffee and Tea By Donation

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Planet Earth Poetry: Onjana Yawnghwe, Micheline Maylor

Onjana Yawnghwe is Shan-Canadian and was born in Thailand but grew up in BC. She...
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Fri. October 19th 2018 Hillside Coffee and Tea (All Ages)
7:30pm  Doors at: 4:00pm By Donation

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Onjana Yawnghwe
Micheline Maylor

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Planet Earth Poetry
Planet Earth Poetry is a long standing reading series (since...
Victoria BC
Open / Operational

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Onjana Yawnghwe is Shan-Canadian and was born in Thailand but grew up in BC. She is the author of the poetry books Fragments, Desire (Oolichan, 2017), and the forthcoming The Small Way (Caitlin Press, Fall 2018). She was nominated for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize and longlisted for the Gerald Lampert Award in 2018. She has a MA in English and currently works as a nurse in Vancouver.

Dr. Micheline Maylor’s is the past Poet Laureate of Calgary 2016-18. She is a University of Calgary Senator, a Tedx talker, a Walrus talker, and she was the Calgary Public Library Author in Residence (2016). She teaches creative writing at Mount Royal University in Calgary where she won the 2015 Teaching Excellence Award and was short-listed for the Robert Kroetsch award for experimental poetry. She serves as poetry acquisitions editor at Frontenac House Press. She is the co-founder of Freefall Literary Society and remains a consulting editor. Her most recent book Little Wildheart (U of A Press 2017) was long listed for both the Pat Lowther and the Raymond Souster Awards.

The Planet Earth Poetry reading series is a launching pad for the energies of writers and poets established and not. The evening begins at 7:30 with an open mic, followed by a featured reader(s). Planet Earth Poetry is located at Hillside Coffee and Tea, 1633 Hillside Ave (across from Bolen Books). Between 7 and 7:15, put your name in the hat to read at open mic.

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Hillside Coffee and Tea
1633 Hillside Avenue
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