Credits

When you consider things like the stars, our affairs
don’t seem to matter very much, do they?

—Virginia Woolf

Nonsense? Not entirely. Of course we write to be read. It is said that poetry is not complete until it has been spoken to an audience. Making and finding ways to share poetry in a cultural context matters. Here are some places that Lesley-Anne’s poems have been and will be:

Published

Mute Swan is forthcoming from The St. Thomas Poetry Series (Toronto). Lesley-Annes poems are found in The Antigonish Review, CV-2, Cascadia Review, Presence Journal, and more…

Performed

Over the years Lesley-Anne has read widely and shared about the writing life. She often invites audiences to collaborate in “interactive” poetry making. More…

Installed

Pop Up Poetry is a public engagement initiative Lesley-Anne began to celebrate National Poetry Month, in April 2012. She shares poems in hope that people find what they need. More…

Facilitated

Poetry circles, installations, a street level art gallery for marginalized artists, and a museum exhibit sharing stories of homeless, are ways Lesley-Anne holds space for the voices of those most overlooked.
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Awarded

Some days in the midst of the nonsense, a small grace–a kind rejection letter, a poem receives some unexpected attention–gifts, every one. More…


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