Karen Clavelle, author
Poet, writer, playwright, educator. Her work has been published in Border Crossings, CVII, Prairie Fire, and the At Bay Press Fiction Annual, Secrets and Lies (2017). Prior to writing full-time, Karen taught at the University of Manitoba in the Department of English, Film and Theatre, as a Music Educator and Language Arts specialist in elementary schools, and worked as a Music critic for the Winnipeg Free Press. Her play, Crossword, was presented in a staged reading for the Sarasvati Bake Off finals, Winnipeg, 2014. Long interested in small (chapbook) presses, Karen is the founder of atelier78 press and a founding member of the enigmatic and somnambulant pachyderm press. Karen serves on the boards of the Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg, the Manitoba Association of Playwrights, and as Writer-in-Residence at St. Paul's College. Karen is the author of the long poem IOLAIRE (Turnstone, 2017).
Bob Haverluck, illustrator
Artist and storyteller who works with community groups using the arts to help engage issues of conflict and violence against the earth and her creatures. Recently he has been resident artist for three year-long art-based ecology projects attentive to rivers, lakes and forests. His drawings have appeared in Harpers, New Statesman, Arts: Arts in Religious and Theological Studies. etc. From 2001-2003 he was Artist-in-Residence at the University of Winnipeg. His book publications include Love Your Enemies among others.
Rights Holder: At Bay Press
rights available: World
number of pages: 175
publication date: 03/05/2019
Original language of pub: English
Materials Available: finished book