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Now in bookstores and online outlets!  Following the River: Traces of Red River Women from Wolsak and Wynn, November 14, 2017. In Halifax, visit Bookmark; in Western Canada, McNally-Robinson stores. 

Open Book interview: http://open-book.ca/News/Lorri-Neilsen-Glenn-on-Following-a-Family-Trail-to-Uncover-the-Historical-Erasure-of-Indigenous-Women

JANUARY 2018 READINGS:

Toronto: Another Story Bookshop (Roncesvalles) Tuesday, January 9th at 7 p.m. 

Halifax Launch: Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia Thursday January 18th at 6:30 p.m. Reading and conversation led by Kim Pittaway. All welcome!

Lorri Neilsen Glenn writes poetry and essays (lyric, personal) about grief and loss, family, daily perplexities, her Métis ancestry, feminism, aging, and life as a writer. She has worked as a writing coach and mentor in life writing (loss/grief, crises, change) across Canada and internationally for over twenty years.