1)Register to be part of an enthusiastic Speaking Crow audience, and receive a ZOOM link to attend.
2)Register to be one of the open mic readers, and receive a ZOOM link to attend. Limit 25, first-come-first-served.
Registration for both options will remain open until 7:15pm (only register for one or the other, not both).
Speaking Crow is funded and facilitated by the Winnipeg International Writers Festival (WIWF) which is committed to creating safe and respectful opportunities for writers, volunteers, audience members, and workers to share knowledge, explore ideas, and build community.
Kristian Enright is a Winnipeg writer whose central concerns involve place, mental health, philosophy and the art of debating. He is currently at work on a play called “Pipelines” that is a protest play about the climate crisis. Other projects include a collection of short stories that involve the vitality of dialogue. His newest work is an ecological long poem that deals with the consciousness of space and is situated on the prairies. This work is entitled “Postmodern Weather Report” and is the culmination of a long period of time, and an excavation of the poet’s mind in order to produce more resonant epiphany space.
Polish up your new poems for your 3 minutes of fame at the open mic which will happen immediately after our featured guest!
*Please note, only the feature reader will be recorded and posted online.
*If you should have any questions regarding the event please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org