Taryn Hubbard is a Langley-based writer of fiction and poetry. Her short stories have been published in journals, and presented at various venues in the city. In 2015 her multi-channel sound and text installation Surrey City Centre née Whalley was exhibited during the Surrey Art Gallery’s OpenSound program. Her chapbook RE: was published in 2014 by dancing girl press, and she is now working on her first full-length poetry manuscript.
Taryn’s stories, poems, reviews, and interviews have appeared in Canadian Literature, Room magazine, The Capilano Review, Canadian Women Studies, filling Station, Rusty Toque, harlequin creature, and others.
At the June 23 gathering of Surrey Muse, Taryn will present a selection of her short stories. More about the event is here: