DAPHNE MARLATT & ERÍN MOURE: Friday, October 27th, 2017, 7 PM, EV 1.605 York Amphitheater

West Coast writer Daphne Marlatt, critically acclaimed poet and novelist, is known for her cross-genre work. Her most recent titles are Liquidities: Vancouver Poems Then and Now (2013) and Reading Sveva (2016), a poetic-ekphrastic biography of the Italian Canadian artist Sveva Caetani. This fall Talonbooks will release Marlatt’s Intertidal: Collected Earlier Poems 1968-2008, edited by Susan Holbrook.

Erín Moure is a Canadian poet and translator of poetry. A three-time finalist for the Griffin Prize, and winner of the Governor General’s Award for poetry, her 18 books include the poetry of FuriousO CidadánLittle TheatresO Resplandor, The Unmemntioable, and Kapusta, and the essays of My Beloved Wager. She has translated or co-translated 16 books of poetry, and holds two honorary doctorates, from Brandon University (Canada) and the University of Vigo (Spain).


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