Kyle McKillop – Surrey Muse

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Kyle McKillop is a poet, teacher and traveler. His full name translates as Narrows Crooked Nose Son of Lover of Horses. He recently graduated from UBC’s creative writing MFA program with a thesis in poetry, and his work has appeared in a variety of places, including CV2, English Practice, and the Sustenance anthology of BC food writing from Anvil Press. He is also the president of the Surrey English Teachers’ Association.

Visit Kyle’s Website
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@KyleMckillop

At the July 26 gathering of Surrey Muse, Kyle will be the Featured Poet. More information about the event is here: july-26-2019-gathering

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Idrian Burgos – Surrey Muse

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Idrian L. Burgos is a writer of poetry, short fiction and creative prose. He has presented his work at various literary events in Surrey, New Westminster and Vancouver. He studied at Douglas College, where he contributed to its student newspaper, The Other Press. His work has been published in an anthology by the Poetry Institute of Canada. While Idrian mostly writes poetry at present, he hopes to break more into prose. He is currently also at a major crossroads in life, and hopes to get into a career involving writing.

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pad_re@yahoo.com.ph

At the January 24 gathering of Surrey Muse, Idrian will begin the Open Mic Session. More information about the event is here: january-24-2020-gathering

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Qayqayt, Tsawwassen, Musqueam,
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Deborah Kelly – Surrey Muse

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Deborah Kelly has just launched her debut book of poetry, ‘Through My Eyes’ (Silver Bow Publishers, New Westminster 2015). She is the recipient of Poet of Merit Award from International Society of Poets, and the 4th Place Winner in Rabindranath Tagore Awards of 2015.

Deborah has had her writings published in numerous anthologies and publications including Quill Books in the USA, Royal City Poets Anthologies 3 & 4, with the Canadian Federation of Poets, and on the News online. Her poems were also published in the Taj Mahal Literary Review in India. She is one of the two Canadian poets chosen internationally whose poetry will be included in two anthologies coming out from India ‘Heavenly Hymns’ and ‘Duet Symphonies’ (sponsored by the Tagore Society).

Deborah hosts with Poetic Justice in New Westminster throughout the year. She has been featured at Poetry in The Park, Poetic Justice, World Poetry, Holy Wow Poets, Edge of the Page Poetry, and on World Poetry Co-Op Radio.

Deborah was on the Board of Directors for Royal City Literary Arts Society (2013-2014), and continues to work with them as a Board Assistant.

Contact Deborah Kelly
poetrybydeborah@gmail.com

At the April 24 gathering of Surrey Muse, Deborah will be our Booksigning Author. More about the gathering is here:
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