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MFA in Writing: Karen Solie

Posted in Arts & Culture
Oct 23, 2017

Karen Solie

MFA in Writing presents Karen Solie, Griffin Poetry Prize Winner

Solie is the author of several collections of poetry, including The Road In Is Not the Same Road Out (2015); The Living Option: Selected Poems (2013); Pigeon (2009) and Short Haul Engine (2001). She has won many awards, inluding the Griffin Poetry Prize, a Pat Lowther Award, a Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize and a Trillium Book Award. Her work has also been featured in the anthology Breathing Fire: Canada’s New Poets (1995) and has been translated into Dutch, French, and Korean.

Monday, Oct. 23
7:00 pm 
Montcalm Stewart Room, Marquis Hall
Light refreshments and cash bar to follow

Space is limited

 

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