Chad Norman – Surrey Muse

Chad Norman is a poet whose poems have appeared for nearly 40 years in literary publications across Canada and in a number of other countries around the world. His most recent books are ‘Simona: A Celebration Of The S.P.C.A.’ (Cyberwit Net Press, India 2021), and ‘Squall: Poems In The Voice of Mary Shelley’ (Guernica Editions, Toronto 2020). His poetry has been translated into Albanian, Spanish, Polish, Chinese, Turkish, and Italian. Chad hosts and organizes RiverWords: Poetry & Music Festival each year in Truro, Nova Scotia. Following a tour of Nordic countries in 2016, he began to write a travelogue titled ‘Counting Coins In Denmark And Sweden’. Chad is a member of The League Of Canadian Poets.

More about Chad Norman
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Contact Chad
namronskichacha@gmail.com

At the July 23, 2021 gathering of Surrey Muse, Chad Norman will be the Featured Poet. More about the event is here: friday-july-23

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Lakshmi Gill – Surrey Muse

Lakshmi Gill is a poet and educator who has published extensively in Canadian and world literature. Her titles include ‘Returning the Empties’ (TSAR, Toronto 1998), ‘The Third Infinitive’ (TSAR, Toronto 1993), ‘Novena To St. Jude Thaddeus’ (Fiddlehead Press, Fredericton 1979), and ‘First Clearing’ (Estaniel Press, Manila 1972). She was one of the two women poets (along with Dorothy Livesay) who founded the League of Canadian Poets in 1966. Lakshmi has received numerous awards including First Prize in Poetry from Western Washington University in 1964 and Chancellor’s Prize in Education, B.Ed. Mt. Allison University in 1985. A Punjabi/Spanish-Filipina writer, Lakshmi lives in Delta BC, and she is a current member of The Writers’ Union of Canada.

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lakshmigill@hotmail.com

At the March 27 gathering of Surrey Muse, Lakshmi will be the Featured Author. More about the event is here: february-28-2020

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