Guernica author Elana Wolff will be reading her poetry on Thursday March 19th as part of the Cobourg Poetry Workshop. The event starts at 7:30 pm at 66 King East in Cobourg ON, and Elana will be joined by poet Ted Amsden and musician Phillip Hughes.
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Elana Wolff has published four collections of poetry with Guernica Editions, including You Speak to Me in Trees, which won the F.G. Bressani Prize for Poetry. She is also the author of Implicate Me, a collection of essays on contemporary poems; co-author with the late Malca Litovitz of Slow Dancing: Creativity and Illness; and co-editor with Julie Roorda of Poet to Poet: Poems written to poets and the stories that inspired them. A bilingual edition of her selected poems, Helleborus & Alchémille, was awarded the 2014 John Glassco Prize for Translation (translator: Stéphanie Roesler). Elana has taught English for Academic Purposes at York University in Toronto and at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She currently divides her professional time between writing, editing, and designing and facilitating therapeutic community art courses.
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