poetry / short fiction / mixed genre / experimental
Canisia Lubrin is a writer, critic, editor, activist, arts advisor and educator. She has written for Room, Vallum, The Capilano Review, The Toronto Star, The Globe & Mail, and many other journals and anthologies, including The Unpublished City I, nominated for the 2018 Toronto Book Award. She holds creative writing degrees from York University and University of Guelph (MFA). Her poetry is being translated into Spanish. Lubrin's debut poetry collection, VOODOO HYPOTHESIS (Wolsak & Wynn 2017) was nominated for the Gerald Lampert, Pat Lowther and Raymond Souster awards and named to several notable books lists, including a CBC Best Book of the Year. Lubrin was also dubbed a writer to watch by the CBC.
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