Poetry Month/University of Toronto Health Humanities Event – April 20 🗓

Topic: How Poems Move in the Hospital

Time: Apr 20, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Adam Sol has published one collection of essays, How a Poem Moves: A Field Guide for Readers of Poetry and four books of poetry, with a fifth on the way from ECW Press in the Fall of 2022. He is the Coordinator of the Creative Expression & Society Program at the University of Toronto’s Victoria College.

 

 

Dominik Parisien’s debut poetry collection Side Effects May Include Strangers was published by McGill-Queen’s University Press in fall 2020 and his work has recently appeared in Maisonneuve, PRISM International, The Literary Review of Canada, This Magazine, the Canadian Medical Association Journal, and elsewhere. He also co-edited several anthologies, including the Hugo Award-winning Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction. Dominik is a disabled, bisexual French Canadian. He lives in Toronto.

With deep artistic roots in dance, it is poetry that has wed Moira MacDougall’s love of movement and rhythm with voice and linguistic performance.  A 10 year family sojourn through the ‘Land of Malady/County of Cancer’ informs her second collection of poems, Vanishing Acts (Pedlar Press, 2019).  Published in Canadian and US literary journals, she is the Poetry Editor for the Literary Review of Canada.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Event curated by: SHANE NEILSON MD
 MFA MA PhD CCFP FCFP
Poet, physician, critic
Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct), McMaster University
and member of TEAM NARRATIVE (University of Toronto)
Sponsored by WWW.HEALTH-HUMANITIES.COM (University of Toronto)