Poet, novelist, anthologist and professor Dr. Wanda Campbell will be visiting UTSC to read from her most recent collection, "Kalamkari & Cordillera: Poems of India and Chile", and to lead a workshop on strategies for writing about art in poetry and fiction.
This free event is open to all and will take place this Thursday, September 28, from noon to 1:00pm in HW433A.
Wanda Campbell was born and grew up in Andhra Pradesh, South India. She came to Canada at the age of ten, and is a passionate Canadian. She teaches Creative Writing and Women’s Literature at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia in view of the highest tides in the world. She has published a novel Hat Girl (2013) and four collections of poetry, Daedalus Had a Daughter (2011), Grace (2009), Looking for Lucy (2008), and Sky Fishing (1997), as well as the poetry chapbook Haw[thorn] (2003). Her poems and stories have appeared in numerous anthologies and journals. She is currently launching her new poetry collection, Kalamkari & Cordillera: Poems of India and Chile: https://www.inanna.ca/catalog/kalamkari-cordillera-poems-india-and-chile/