(SheLa E.) Nefertiti Morrison – Surrey Muse

nefertiti-main‘She asks: which came first?
Injuries, an autoimmune condition, chronic pain,
sleep disorders, tech issues, our broken medical system – or
Starving Artists And Scribblers’ Syndrome (SASS)

(SheLa E.) Nefertiti Morrison is an award-winning writer and poet who has published poetry, journalism, interviews and essays in various publications including AESTEHETICA, ROOM, On SPEC, The Toronto Star, The Georgia Straight and Reader’s Digest. She has presented her poems at Poetic Justice, Surrey Muse and Poetry In the Park. She earned her Post-Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing for her memoir/fiction manuscript from Humber School for Writers, completed a poetry workshop at Banff School of Fine Arts, and has a Diploma in Counselling. Nefertiti is an apprentice member of ACTRA/Union of B.C Performers, a bub (pet rat) enthusiast, and a Literary Advisor to Surrey Muse. She has volunteered in maximum security women’s prison for five+ years, and has donated blood over fifty times, and more than anything, she loves to laugh.

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At the July 28 gathering of Surrey Muse, Nefertiti will present from her novel, a work in progress. More about the event is here:

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An interdisciplinary Arts and Literature group that meets Fourth Friday of each month except December. Presents a Guest Author, a Featured Poet, and a Featured Artist/Performer. Discussions. Open Mic. Book Table. Book Signings. Free event. Donations welcome.

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