Creative Writing Reading Series presents Canisia Lubrin

Canisia Lubrin is the author of Voodoo Hypothesis (2017) and augur (2017). She is consulting editor at Wolsak & Wynn, serves on the editorial board
of Humber Literary Review and as advisor to Open Book. Her multi-genre work has been featured in magazines, journals, anthologies and on stage. She has appeared on TVO, podcasts, and on CBC's the Doc Project, through Her Story in Black: 150 exemplary Black Women in Canada. Lubrin studied Creative Writing and Professional Writing at York University and holds a University of Guelph MFA in Creative Writing. She is 2017-18 Poet in Residence at Poetry in Voice. Presented by the Creative Writing Program in collaboration with the Department of English. For more information, contact Michelle
Anacleto at

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