March 20, 2022 // 7:00pm – 10:00pm // Free
The SiteLines series supports bringing BIPOC artists, writers, and performers to a general public to share their work and address culturally specific needs in our communities. SightLines is a partnership between the Canada Council for the Arts and the Faculty of Art and Office of Research Services at OCAD University. The component of SightLines at Buddies will bring five writers from different communities and levels of experience to the stage for a monthly set of readings and explorations.
SiteLines readers; March 20th, 7-10PM
masks and proof of vaccination required
Suzanne L Stewart
Suzanne began writing poems and love letters to herself as a teenager. She had her first short story published at age 16; she spent the next fifteen years writing for literary magazines for fun and for erotic magazines for money. She also produced human interest stories for the Alberta Native News for much of the 1990s. In the early 2000s she began publishing academic texts on Indigenous mental health, for which she has received numerous awards, including research chairs, an honorary doctorate in law, and the Minister’s Award of Excellence, yet her passion remains in poetry.
Stedmond Pardy is a Self educated, Left handed poet
of Canadian Caribbean descent (newfoundland & St.kitts/Nevis)
from the Lakeshire Mimico area.
His first full length book of poetry “The Pleasures of This Planet
aren’t Enough” was released by Mosaic Press in Spring of 2021.
He has performed on stages & on Radio In Montreal, Toronto,Alberta, & the seattle/Washington