Social Media has been terrible for my writing practice. I fell in strong like with Instagram this time last year. I went from skepticism about the value of yet another social media platform to raving to my siblings about much more more appealing it is. It’s not like Facebook,I tell them. Facebook is soooo distracting. Read More
I was invited by musician, filmmaker and founder of Women’s Liberatory, Tamar Dina to collaborate on a film project. My role was to write an original poem that would speak to the concepts of darkness and lightness in literal and metaphorical terms. Why are people so afraid of the dark and Blackness including when it Read More
For about 8 years now I’ve been wanting to publish a book of poetry. It’s finally happening! I’m proud to announce that my debut poetry collection, The Way We Hold On, will be published by Pottersfield Press in early 2018.
When did you know you were a writer? I am trying to recall the time I discovered that this was my calling. It is difficult to think of an exact period but I know that my writing practice began with reading. My parents used to take us to the library often as children. I remember Read More
For two years I worked for an organization that coordinated exchanges between youth from Canada and from other countries. Often, when outside of our sessions, our exchange country (EC) youth would speak their local language. Noticing that some of the Canadians were trying to socialize with the EC youth and could not because of language, Read More