Submitted the vignette "Small Pedestals" audio file as a pitch to The Moth Radio Hour for possible airing.
In nomination for Raymond Carver Award for emerging authors
Received UAS Award of Excellence - Selkirk College - Nominated by English Faculty, Renée Harper
"This Black Bear Has 28 minutes" - Arts & Culture Podcast - Contributor: Literary Craft Minute Episode #4 . Managing Editor and co-mentor on Episodes 1,2 and 3.
Co-host- Black Bear Review Spring Launch Party - print issue No.10 - Special Guest: Anne DeGrace
"Small Pedestals" vignette published online at Black Bear Review (Slotted for April-May 2021)
Oxygen Art Centre - Author Reading Series - Selkirk Student showcase reader (1/3) - "Small Pedestals". Featured reader: Associate Professor, Creative Studies, Creative Writing, Matthew Rader, UBC Okanagan
Managing Editor - Black Bear Review - Selkirk College.
Co-host a Stone's Throw Writer's Symposium on behalf of the Black Bear Review in collaboration with Eastern Washington University under the tutelage of Leesa Dean.
UAS Award of Excellence - Selkirk College - Nominated by English Instructor, Almeda Glenn Miller
As Part of the Black Bear Review team I offered advice to participants of the annual L.V. Rogers 24 Hour Literary Competition.
I read my poem “Abalone” at Words on Baker, a spoken word open mic for poetry, prose, slam, and song at Dominion Café, Nelson, BC. Feature set: Brad Bradley, award-winning poet and host of CJLY's Poetry for Keeps.
I read my poem “Abalone” at The Black Bear Review's Night Growlers – Poetry and Prose Readings, The Dam Inn, South Slocan, BC
Recipient of the Creative Spark Columbia Basin Grant for BC Artists in Schools.
I attended the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival/ EMLF in Nelson, BC.
I read my poem “Red Sea” at The Nelson Poetry Slam.
I read my poem “Read Sea” at the Royal ahead of singer-songwriter Sophie D’Orléans.
Started Artist Residency in Motherhood
Creative Writing studies ongoing.
I registered in the Creative Writing Program at Selkirk College, Nelson, BC., Instructor/Author: Leesa Dean.
Prospectus for Make a Change Canada's Applied Web Development and Design Program. Concept, technical writing, graphic design and art direction: Carina Costom. Editing and proofreading: Anne-Marie Edgar.