Reading: Mackenzie Ground, Rhoda Rosenfeld and Fenn Stewart organized by Catriona Strang

Saturday, February 23, 3pm

Trudy Rubenfeld
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Mackenzie Ground is a writer from Enoch Cree Nation and Edmonton, Alberta. She is a PhD student at Simon Fraser University. Her writing explores the spaces of the city and the reserve, what does it mean to be here and to be a nehiyaw iskwew, and how can writing give back. She is honoured and thankful for her family and friends' support.

Rhoda Rosenfeld is a visual artist and poet whose work is concerned with perception and light. A photographic work, Environmental Opera, was shown recently at the Belkin Gallery. Her poetry has been published in magazines such as The Capilano Review, Zarf 2 and Yellowfield.

Fenn Stewart reads and writes in Vancouver, BC, on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh land. She is an editor at The Capilano Review, a lecturer at UBC, and the author of Better Nature (2017), as well as the chapbooks An OK Organ Man (2012), Vegetable Inventory (2013), and from Waltzing (2014).