We have a great event to add to this month full of poetry in our city! Come to The Almanac for some great food and drink and an evening of poems. Free, all ages, and a complimentary chapbook to boot!
About the Poets:
Marilyn Dumont's first collection, A Really Good Brown Girl, won the 1997 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award. This collection is now in its fifteenth printing and has been reprinted as a Brick Books classic with a forward by Lee Maracle. Her second collection, green girl dreams Mountains, won the 2001 Stephan G. Stephansson Award from the Writer’s Guild of Alberta. Her third collection, that tongued belonging, was awarded the 2007 Anskohk Aboriginal Poetry Book of the Year and the McNally Robinson Aboriginal Book of the Year. The Pemmican Eaters, her fourth collection, won the 2015 Stephan G. Stephansson Award. Marilyn has been the Writer-in-Residence at the Edmonton Public Library, the University of Alberta, the University of Toronto-Massey College, Windsor University, Brandon University and Grant MacEwan. She has also been faculty in Literary Arts and the Aboriginal Emerging Writers Program at the Banff Centre. She is Associate professor at the University of Alberta in the Faculties of Arts and Native Studies.
Loic Mulatris is an Edmonton poet originally from Brussels, Belgium. He is a psychology student at the University of Alberta and will be receiving his BA this spring. He is currently working on his first manuscript for a poetry chapbook he hopes to finish by fall 2018, titled Adolescence.