Climate Change in Canadian Poetry and Short Fiction; The Natural World in Canadian Short Fiction and Poetry
Categories: 2010-2019, Cli-Fi, Free Verse, Imagery, Personification, Poetry, Women Authors
Divided – Jewel Wasp – Praying Mantis – Dragonfly – Swarm – Training Your Cricket to Be A Warrior – Jesus Bugs – Orb Weaver – Ocean Quahog – Nabokov’s Blues – Darwin’s Orchid – Firefly – Papillon de Nuit – Ballooning Spiders – The Art of Deception – Seventeen – Flit – Gift
Linda Frank was born in Montreal and now lives in Hamilton, Ontario. A retired professor from Mohawk College, she has written three books of poetry: Cobalt Moon Embrace, Insomnie Blues and Kahlo: The World Split Open, which was shortlisted for the Pat Lowther Award. She is a past winner of the Banff Centre's Bliss Carman Poetry Award and has been shortlisted for the National Magazine Awards.