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Elana Wolff to participate in All-Female WordStage Reading

Elana Wolff will be participating in an all-female WordStage reading for Poetry Month on April 10th, at the Q Space 382 College Street, Toronto, at 7:30. Admission is free, but ‘pass the hat’. The night will also feature Paula Eisenstein, Catherine Graham, and Iris Liu.

Elana Wolff is the author of four collections of poetry with Guernica: Birdheart (2001), Mask (2003), You Speak to Me in Trees (2006) – winner of the 2008 F.G. Bressani Prize for Poetry – and Startled Night (2011), which was long-listed for the 2012 ReLit Poetry Award. A collection of short essays on contemporary poems, titled Implicate Me, was released with Guernica in 2010. She also co-edited, with Julie Roorda, Poet to Poet—an anthology of poems written to poets and the stories that inspired them. Elana currently divides her time between writing, editing, and facilitating therapeutic community art.

Toronto WordStage is a reading series that takes place every second Wednesday of the month, and is dedicated to showcasing new and established talent in prose, poetry and drama. This night promises to do just that, with its all-star cast and great selection of poetry. Don’t miss out!

For complete event details, click here.

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