Laureate City 2019
About the Program
2017/18: Andrée Lacelle
2017/18: Jamaal Jackson Rogers
March 15 – 20, 2016
March 17, 2019
7pm: Arc Poetry Magazine
Knox Presbyterian Church, 120 Lisgar Street
Doyali Islam’s poems have been published in
Kenyon Review Online
, and she contributed to
The Manifesto Project
Hector Ruiz is the author of
Désert et renard du désert
Qui s’installe ?
Katherine Leyton's first collection of poetry,
All the Gold Hurts My Mouth
, will be published in March 2016 by GooseLane.
Award-winning poet Marilyn Dumont's latest collection
The Pemmican Eaters
(ECW Press) was published in 2015.
9pm: Urban Legends Poetry Slam
Knox Presbyterian Church, 120 Lisgar St.
Barâa Arar has performed her spoken word poetry individually and on a team, both locally and nationally.
Blue Louise Moffatt
Poetry is gay and so is Blue Louise Moffatt.
Erin is a performance poet from Calgary and has been part of five consecutive Calgary Slam teams from 2010-2015.
Jamaal Jackson Rogers
JustJamaal ThePoet, is a poet, arts educator, creative entrepreneur, rapper, and children’s storyteller.
King Kimbit is an Ottawa rapper. Deal with it.
Part of the 2015 Saskatoon Slam Team, Larissa Tarasoff won first place at the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word.
Maya Basudde is an artist who has been singing and writing ever since she can remember.
As a spoken word artist, activist, writer and a philanthropist, Rational Rebel's mission is to tell stories that are hard to tell.
Wes Ryan is a genre-mashing performance artist living in Peterborough, Ontario.
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