Speaking Crow ft Jane Munro (in person)

Saturday, June 1, 2024 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Archived

Carol Shields Auditorium, Millennium Library, 251 Donald Street

Speaking Crow is pleased to re-introduce occasional pop-events in the Millennium Library in Winnipeg. Our third post-quarantine pop-up will be Saturday, June 1 at 1:00 pm in the Carol Shields Auditorium.
The afternoon will run like Speaking Crows of the before times. There will be an open mic sign-up sheet when you arrive.

These pop-up events will not be livestreamed, and we will not meet online on Tuesday, June 4, but will reconvene on Zoom Tuesday, July 2, 2024.

If you have any questions regarding the event please send an email to host Angeline Schellenberg: speakingcrow@thinairwinnipeg.ca

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.

Polish up your new poems for your 3 minutes of fame at the open mic! Speaking Crow is a space that values diversity, creativity, and encouragement. Whether you do spoken word or page poetry, whether you’ve published widely or just started writing, we can’t wait to hear your poems.

Featured reader: Jane Munro
Jane Munro is a Canadian poet, writer, and educator. Blue Sonoma, her sixth poetry collection, won the 2015 Griffin Poetry Prize. Her newest collection of poetry is False Creek (Harbour Publishing, 2022). Munro’s recent books include Open Every Window: A Memoir (Douglas & McIntyre, 2021) and Glass Float (Brick Books, 2020). She has taught Creative Writing at several BC universities, given many writing workshops, and read to audiences across Canada, in Ireland, England, the USA, Italy, India and Egypt.
Munro’s earlier poetry books include Active Pass, Point No Point, and Grief Notes & Animal Dreams. She is a member of the collaborative poetry group Yoko’s Dogs (Jan Conn, Mary di Michele, Susan Gillis, Jane Munro) who have published Whisk, Rhinoceros, and Caution Tape.
Munro lives and writes on the unceded ancestral territory of Hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh speaking peoples known today as the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.


Millennium Library

  • 251 Donald Street
  • Winnipeg, MB