Please join us for an evening of poetry at Grain & Grit. We’re delighted to read from newly released poetry books and chapbooks while our friends, old and new, sip beer and kombucha.
Readings begin at 7 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Our venue is accessible, as well as dog and child-friendly.
Emma McKenna, PhD, is a multidisciplinary writer, educator, and activist living in Hamilton, Ontario. Emma has published across a wide range of feminist journals. Chenille or Silk: Poems (Caitlin Press, 2019) is her first book.
Nolan Natasha is a queer and trans writer living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His poems have appeared in The Puritan, The Stinging Fly, Event, Grain, Prairie Fire, CV2, and Plenitude. I Can Hear You, Can You Hear Me? (Invisible Publishing, 2019) is his first book.
Sarah Wahab is a PhD Candidate, poet, and community organizer living in Hamilton, Ontario. She is working on her first poetry collection.