Join us In-Person and Online with Featured Reader Joanna Lilley with Open-Mic to follow.
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Poetry and fiction author Joanna Lilley is from the south of England and now lives in Yukon, Canada.
Her latest poetry collection, Endlings, is all about extinct animals and won the Fred Kerner Book Award. Her other poetry collections are If There Were Roads and The Fleece Era which was nominated for the Fred Cogswell Award.
Her novel Worry Stones was longlisted for the Caledonia Novel Award, and she’s also the author of a short story collection, The Birthday Books.
Joanna loves sharing the joy of words and has participated in events as far afield as Alaska and Iceland. In 2021, she received Commissioner of Yukon’s Borealis Prize for literary contribution.
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The places she pinned
and didn’t tell me,
fastening her future.
I hoard them for her on my screen,
architectural feats of
She never got to see them.
She’d hate me if I did
what I’m thinking
going to each place
to see which ones were built,
and which were only dreams.