Cynthia Sharp – Surrey Muse


Cynthia Sharp is an author, screenwriter, poet and educator who is inspired by ‘renewal in nature’ in all the ways she expresses herself. She has published multiple works including a collection of her poems ‘Rainforest in Russet’ and a series she designed for her middle school students titled ‘The Light Bearers in the Sand Dollar Graviton’. Cynthia’s work is used in classrooms in Canada, the U.S. and Scotland, and it has been published and broadcast internationally. The City of Richmond’s 2019 Writer in Residence, Cynthia is a full member of The Writers’ Union of Canada and The League of Canadian Poets.

View Cynthia’s blog
cynthiasharp.weebly.com
Visit her Facebook page
facebook.com/cynthia.sharp.790
Contact Cynthia
inthelightwt@gmail.com

At the Third virtual Gathering of Surrey Muse, Cynthia will be the featured author. More about the Gathering: third-virtual-gathering

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Jovian Radheshwar – Surrey Muse

Jovian Radheshwar is a hip-hop musician, poet, and educator. In 2012, he and Bobby Musgrave created Endangered Species a hip-hop collective based in Santa Barbara, California. Along with Ed Keenan of Los Angeles, Endangered Species has performed at various locations including LA, Santa Barbara, Vancouver and Surrey. Their album, ‘No Hooks’ explores themes of technological change, existential philosophy, race, America, empire, drugs, sex, heartbreak, and destruction. Jovian grew up in the 1990’s in New York City and then moved to California. His artistic influences include Pink Floyd, Modest Mouse, Outkast, Nas, Atmosphere, Hieroglyphics Crew, Wu-Tang Clan, and great American literature from the likes of Hunter S. Thompson. His PhD is in existential freedom and features novel interpretations of Nietzsche, Heidegger, Fromm, Berlin, and Fanon. Jovian was born in Bombay (“Mumbai” is for fascists), after teaching political science and Black studies in California for over ten years, he followed his love up north to Vancouver. He now lives in New Westminster where he is a professor of political science at Douglas College.

Visit Jovian’s SoundCloud profile
soundcloud.com/endangeredspecies
Contact Jovian
jovian.radheshwar@protonmail.com

At the October 22 gathering of Surrey Muse, Jovian will be the Host. More about the event is here: october-22-2021 

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Surrey Muse gatherings take place
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the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Kwantlen
Qayqayt, Tsawwassen, Musqueam
Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

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