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Joanna Lilley
Poetry book about extinction, Endlings, out in March 2020. Author of Worry Stones, If There Were Roads, The Birthday Books and The Fleece Era.
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Room Magazine 16h
The Growing Room Literary & Arts Festival program is now LIVE! For , in addition to panels, readings, and writing workshops, we are introducing an online event, a tarot salon, a marketplace, AND MORE! Registration opens on Feb 4.
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Fly on the Wall Press 14h
We are in the midst of the 6th mass Extinction with about 200 species going extinct daily. Anthology won't cease in urgency. We need creative responses to the climate crisis to bring hope & to inspire action. January sales to
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Susan Richardson 13h
Dreading the 31st January? Sign this open letter to let our friends in the EU know that we won’t be celebrating (and that we'll be back one day) 👇 Open Letter to the EU - Is Not In My Name
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Clea Roberts Jan 27
"The Yukon’s contemporary literary scene is definitely on the cusp of blooming into something quite extraordinary, and it has been exciting to see it gather momentum since I came to the territory almost 20 years ago".
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lunch poems at SFU Jan 27
rob McLennan & Christine McNair will join us to read on February 19th! Find us at SFU Vancouver's Teck Gallery at 12pm for Lunch Poems
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Joanna Lilley Jan 26
'Susan Pollack and Ivor Perl were children when they were transported to the camp, two of an ever decreasing number of survivors who are able to provide first-hand testimony of what happened to them.'
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Joanna Lilley Jan 26
'Rising Tides is a collection of short fiction, creative non-fiction, memoir and poetry addressing the past, present and future of climate change.'
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Justin McBrien Sep 14
My short piece on the is now up. Let's stop using the term -it makes capital's ecogenocidal exterminism seem like a passive accident.
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Joanna Lilley Jan 25
And just like that, we have shifted from the to the . It's an honour to be included in the 'Writing in the age of unravelling' edition of . It's also heart-breaking.
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Joanna Lilley Jan 25
'A University of Victoria-led project pairs survivors with graphic novelists as a way to re-engage young readers about one of the darkest periods in history'
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Joanna Lilley Jan 24
Retweeting with particular gratitude to , , and for helping me share my words!
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Elyn Jones Jan 24
This year's Arctic Winter Games will have a Pride House
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Joanna Lilley Jan 23
So glad to see this from . 'BIG is a collection of personal and intimate experiences of plus size women, non-binary and trans people in a society obsessed with thinness.'
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Joanna Lilley Jan 23
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Wally Lamb Jan 23
I'm so honored to have my novel in such good hands: HBO, Film Nation, Director Derek Cianfrance, and the great Mark Ruffalo (my first choice to play twins Dominick and Thomas.)
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Joanna Lilley Jan 23
'Even after decades, caribou still aren’t fully used to oil development, scientists say' via
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Culture & Animals Jan 22
CAF funds academic & creative projects that raise awareness about concern for animals: Research - Scholarly projects Creativity - Original work by artists & thinkers Performance - Public performances & exhibitions to raise awareness Applications are open until Jan. 31!
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Joanna Lilley Jan 21
Nervously looking forward to reading some unpublished work at tonight with , and Elisabeth Weigand. It's an open mic so come along and share your work too!
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Joanna Lilley Jan 20
'The main causes of the ancient species' demise have been listed as over-fishing and the construction of a major dam in 1981 that split the Yangtze, and the Chinese paddlefish population along with it, in two.'
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Joanna Lilley Jan 20
Great news for writers and publishers! Thanks !
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