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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 M├ętis 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.