Marie Annharte Baker will appear in the second annual Growing Room, a Feminist Literary Festival hosted by Room magazine. The festival runs from March 1–4 at various venues throughout Vancouver, featuring talks, readings and workshops on a range of topics that lie at the intersection of feminism and writing.
Annharte is an Anishinabe (Little Saskatchewan First Nation, Manitoba) poet who now lives in Winnipeg. She has been the author of several works, including Indigena Awry (2012) and Exercises in Lip Pointing (2003) from New Star Books, and AKA Inendagosekwe (2013) from CUE Books.
You can see Annharte at the following events:
Friday, March 2 | 7:30 p.m. | Native Education College, 237 5th Ave E
THE WITCHES YOU DIDN’T BURN: Writing about Daughters, Mothers, and Grandmothers
Saturday, March 3 | 1:30 p.m. | Native Education College, 237 5th Ave E
LAUGHING THROUGH TEARS: How We Write Trauma
Sunday, March 4 | 1:30 p.m. | Native Education College, 237 5th Ave E