Categories: Atlantic Literature, Emerging Authors, Metaphor, Place as Character, Poetry, Women Authors
From: An Unorthodox Guide to Wildlife
PENGUINS – THE FISHERMAN – THE THREE ORDERS OF GULLS IN ST. JOHN’S – RIFF ON A CHAMELEON – MILITARY SURVIVAL TRAINING – BUT MY HORN SHALT THOU EXALT – AQUARIUM – THIEF ON THE RANCH – GIRAFFE – NORTHERN GOSHAWK IN THE SALMONIER NATURE PARK
Katie Vautour is a visual artist and writer published in a variety of literary journals, and though she dabbles in all genres (including fiction, non-fiction, and playwriting), her main focus is poetry. She is also the director of the Piper’s Frith Writing Retreat. Katie graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University with majors in Filmmaking, Painting, Drawing and Art History. She has participated in residencies in Oaxaca, Mexico, New Brunswick, and the Banff Centre. She exhibits her mixed-media work, paintings, and drawings throughout Atlantic Canada, and gladly repurposes offered used materials into art. She lives in St. John’s.