Monday, 23 April 2018

Anita Dolman : part one

Anita Dolman’s poetry and fiction have appeared in journals and anthologies throughout North America, including Canadian Ginger, Hamilton Arts & Letters, Matrix Magazine, On Spec, Grain, PRISM international and Triangulation: Lost Voices. She is the author of two poetry chapbooks, and was a finalist for the 2015 Alberta Magazine Award for fiction. Her debut short fiction collection, Lost Enough (Morning Rain Publishing) was released in 2017. Anita is a contributing editor for Arc Poetry Magazine, and co-editor of Motherhood in Precarious Times, an anthology of non-fiction, essays and poetry (Demeter Press, 2018).

Photo credit: John W. MacDonald

What are you working on?

Right now, I am expanding a short story that wants to be a novella, and am doing promotion for the Motherhood in Precarious Times anthology (Demeter Press, 2018), of which I am co-editor, along with U.S. professors Barbara Schwartz-Bechet and Dannielle Joy Davies.

I am also starting on a longer fiction project that may or may not grow to be a novel, and am searching for a publisher for a collection of my poetry. New poems still also seem to keep happening in between all of these things.

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