Steffi Tad-y is a Filipina Canadian poet and writer based in Vancouver. She has published her debut collection of poems titled ‘I Didn’t Want to be Read, I Wanted to Be Believed In’ with Frog Hollow Press in 2019. Her articles and poems have appeared in various publications including Schema Magazine, Medium and Train: A Poetry journal. She has presented her work at Massey Books, SFU’s Lunch Poems and various events at UBC. Born and raised in Manila, Philippines, Steffi is ‘an aspiring writer and a furious reader. She lifts up her hands in gratitude to Squamish, Tseil-Watuth, and Musqueam nations’ on whose lands she now lives. One of her ‘current and pressing goals is to write a funny poem’.
At the July 24 gathering of Surrey Muse, Steffi will begin the Open Mic session. More on the event is here:friday-july-24-2020/
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