Categories: 2010-2019, Culture Studies, Indigenous Literature, Ontario Literature, Poetry, Women Authors
Jane Walks (II)
Fern’s Pronunciation Guide – Jane in the Chthulucene – Fern and Jane Discuss the Queen – Jane’s Call to Action on the Humber Bay Bridge – Jane Talks with the Bishop of Rome About Recommendation 58 – Fern on Cruelty – Jane and the Dancers in St. Alban’s Square –Jane to the Infinite Power – Jane’s Gathering – Jane at the Barricades – The Rapture of Clever Jane – Jane’s Dance – Fern’s Friday – Jane, Gathered – A Word About Jane From the Furies – Tremble: a Leaving Cento – Words About Jane From Those Who Knew Her
Tanis MacDonald is the author of several books of poetry and essays, including Out of Line: Daring to Be an Artist Outside the Big City. She is the co-editor of GUSH: Menstrual Manifestos for Our Times (2018) and the editor of Speaking of Power: The Poetry of Di Brandt (2006). Her book, The Daughter’s Way, was a finalist for the Gabrielle Roy Prize in Canadian Literary Criticism. She is the winner of the Bliss Carman Prize (2003) and the Mayor’s Poetry City Prize for Waterloo (2012). She has taught at the Sage Hill Writing Experience, and in 2017 won the Robert Kroetsch Teaching Award from the Canadian Creative Writers and Writing Programs. Originally from Winnipeg, she teaches Canadian Literature and Creative Writing at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario.