Categories: 2010-2019, Atlantic Literature, Emerging Authors, Indigenous Authors, Parenthood, Poetry
Marinate the Bones: Mama’s kitchens XIII – Packing Boxes and Loading the Truck – Pillar of Salt – Where the Songs Root and Grow: Mama’s kitchens XIV – Home, 2017, king’s Road – The South Saskatchewan, July 2018 – The Time Comes – Are You hungry?: Mama’s kitchens XV – Four Nights at a Bed and Breakfast, Waldheim – Colonial Street, 2010 – Mama in the Window: Mama’s Kitchens XVI – Childhood, Remembered
Michelle Porter is a Red River Métis poet, journalist, and editor. She holds degrees in journalism, folklore, and geography (PhD). Her academic research and creative work have been focused on home, Métis mobility, and the changing nature of our relationship to land. She’s won awards for her work in poetry and journalism, and has been published in literary journals, newspapers, and magazines across the country. She lives in St. John’s.