top of page

Identities is a Cross-Canada digital, live-streamed evening of shared poetry and prose followed by a round table discussion on how these art forms can amplify intersectional feminist culture. 


In the evenings discussion, four authors shed light on the significance of projects that look to redeem and empower the diverse female narrative, and the political statement made by those that refuse to. The panel spoke to acknowledging the value of women's different experiences and individualities within our work, how place affects our writing, how trauma can be centered in place, lack or loss of culture (or not) and the obligation and/or liability of writing to interrogate identity.


Says producer and poet, Rayanne Haines, “The panel is interested in studying how poetry and prose shape our ethos and interrogate intersectional feminist culture and how engagement with female artists informs society’s behavior.” 

bottom of page