Ariel Gordon

Ariel Gordon is the author of the poetry collections Hump and Stowaways, both of which won the Lansdowne Prize for Poetry. Recent projects include the anthology GUSH: menstrual manifestos for our times, co-edited with Tanis MacDonald and Rosanna Deerchild, and the third installment of the National Poetry Month in the Winnipeg Free Press project. Her latest book is Treed (Wolsak & Wynn), a collection of essays about our relationships with the natural world, from northern Rockies, to Banff National Park and a cattle farm in rural Manitoba, to the streets of Winnipeg and into the urban forest that is, to her, the city’s heart.

Gordon lives in Winnipeg.