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Fuel for Fire: Professional Development for Writers of Colour and Mississauga Youth Poetry Slam

Ink Movement Mississauga will present the 3rd Annual Youth Poetry Slam!  Time to sign up! I was invited to be a judge again. See you all soon! —————— Glad to be a panelist to discuss about Networking and community building for Fuel for Fire: … Continue reading

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On Poetry and Truth in a Post-Truth World

I was invited to write about Post Truth by the Puritan Magazine, so here it is, thanks Natalie Wee and The Puritan Magazine @thepuritan

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Poetry Alive workshops for Leadership Club

Anna has shared poems and personal stories that focus on discovering life lessons about how to overcome language and cultural challenges, make peace in mind and live an enrich life. There were short videos, photos with haiku, shape poems, ice … Continue reading

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poetry by six Governor General’s Literary Awards winners

No 3 issue for Chinese/English Poetry Zine:  Anna Yin (星子安娜)’s translations of works by six Governor General’s Literary Awards winners (Patricia Kathleen Page, Milton Acorn,George Elliott Clarke, Rosenblatt Joe, Richard Greene, Al Purdy) No 2:七位海内外诗人双语作品分享 No 1: 七位北美桂冠诗人作品欣赏 (Works by Seven Poets Laureate … Continue reading

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David Mason and Cally Conan-Davies’s Poems, translated by Anna Yin

David Mason, American poet, former Poet Laureate of Colorado. He teaches at Colorado College. His poetry, prose and translations have appeared in such periodicals as The New Yorker, Harper’s, The Nation, The New Republic, The New York Times, The Wall Street … Continue reading

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More poetry Alive workshops for Poets In Schools program

  I conduct Poetry Alive workshops not only to teach poetry, but also to discover life lessons. On Feb 2, at Agincourt Collegiate, students and I engaged in the exercises: “Who am I?” and “The Trouble with…”. I want to … Continue reading

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