Lozan Yamolky – Surrey Muse

Lozan Yamolky is a poet who has published three poetry collections in the past couple of years. Her debut title ‘I’m No Hero‘ was printed by Silver Bow Publishing in 2016, ‘Counting Waves‘ in 2017 and ‘Dreamers Needed‘ in 2019. Lozan is one of the recipients of the Distinguished Poet Award from Writer International Network Canada for 2018, and the 1st Prize winner of the 2019 Rabindranath Tagore Poetry Contest. In 2017, she was commissioned by the DaCapo Chamber Choir to write about refugee experiences. Lozan is Kurdish, born and raised in Baghdad, she immigrated to Canada in 1995, and she now works as a freelance interpreter in Vancouver.

Visit Lozan’s webpage
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Contact Lozan
lozanyamolky@gmail.com

At the June 28 gathering of Surrey Muse, Lozan will be the Featured Poet. More about the event: june-28-2019-gathering

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Katherine Wagner – Surrey Muse

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Katherine Wagner writes speculative fiction as KT Wagner with occasional forays into other genres. Her most recent story can be found in Tiger Shark Magazine, a UK on-line publication. It’s a mystery titled ‘The Hemlock Solution‘. Her work has been short-listed for PNWA’s 2014 Science Fiction award, the Raven and Hummingbird contests, Room Magazine’s fiction award in 2013, and she made it to the third round of NYC Midnight’s short story challenge in 2014. KT is a student at the SFU’s Writers’ Studio, a Southbank Writers 2013 alumnus, and an organizer of Golden Ears Writers in Maple Ridge.

Her craft is important to her, and this is part of how she views her work:
‘Horror, romance, setting as character, symbolism, allegory…again, the atmosphere…often in combination with supernatural elements, the occult, death, insanity, mystery and religious fanaticism; some or all may be found in individual works.’

Visit KT’s web page
northernlightsgothic.com
Send her a message
citizen@shaw.ca

At the September 25 gathering of Surrey Muse, KT will read from her published writings. More about the event is here:
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