Cathy Stonehouse – Surrey Muse

Cathy Stonehouse is a poet, fiction writer and an educator who has just launched her debut novel titled The Causes (Pedlar Press 2019). Born and raised in the UK, Cathy has published two collections of her poetry, The Words I Know (Press Gang 1994), and Grace Shiver (Inanna 2011), and one collection of short fiction, Something about the Animal (Biblioasis 2011). She co-edited the creative nonfiction anthology Double Lives: Writing and Motherhood with Fiona Tinwei Lam and Shannon Cowan, and she edited EVENT magazine from 2000-2004. At this time, she is a member of faculty in the departments of creative writing and interdisciplinary expressive arts at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Visit Cathy’s website
cathystonehouse.com
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Contact Cathy Stonehouse
cathy.stonehouse@gmail.com

At the October 25 gathering of Surrey Muse, Cathy will be the Featured Author. More information about the event is here: october-25-gathering

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Fiona Tinwei Lam – Surrey Muse

Author Fiona Tinwei LamRebecca Blissett Photograph

Fiona Tinwei Lam is a poet, author, and an educator. Her publications include poetry books Odes & Laments, Intimate Distances (Finalist for the City of Vancouver Book Award), Enter the Chrysanthemum, and a children’s book, The Rainbow Rocket. Fiona’s poetry and prose have appeared in over 40 anthologies including The Best Canadian Poetry 2010 and 2020, Force-field: An anthology of 77 BC Women Poets, and Slice Me Some Truth: An anthology of Canadian Creative Nonfiction. She co-edited the creative nonfiction anthology, Double Lives: Writing and Motherhood, and edited The Bright Well: Contemporary Canadian Poetry about Facing Cancer. Her poems have been thrice featured on BC’s Poetry in Transit, and her video poems have been screened internationally. Fiona teaches at SFU Continuing Studies. Born in Scotland and raised in Vancouver, she studied political science and law, and worked as a lawyer before attaining a masters of fine arts degree in creative writing from UBC.

Visit Fiona’s web page
fionalam.net
Follow on twitter
@FTinweiL
Contact Fiona
tinwei@telus.net

At the January 22, 2021 gathering of Surrey Muse, Fiona will be the Featured Poet. More about the event is here: friday-january-22-2021

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Surrey Muse gatherings take place
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Kwantlen, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

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