November 30, 2019: Joined Time Zone Research Lab: a community research lab that uses art-based practices to investigate the nature of Time and Temporality. https://www.nadiachaney.com/time-zone-more-info-2 November 29, 2019: As Part of the Black Bear Review team I offered advice to participants of the annual L.V. Rogers 24 Hour Literary Competition. Ongoing. November 20, 2019: 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. November 19, 2019: Initiated Virtual Poetry Reading Co-Creation Project for "Abalone" for web and Salmo Poetry Phone. I read my poem “Abalone” at The Black Bear Review's Night Growlers – Poetry and Prose Readings, The Dam Inn, South Slocan, BC. November 16, 2019: My nonfiction short story, “The Xerophyte”, is published in the Black Bear Review November 15, 2019: My editorial, “An Act of Reclamation”, is published in the Nelson Star, Tapestry section. October 2019: I Join the the Black Bear Review as an editorial team member - Fiction. October 2019: I attended the Third Annual Stone's Throw Writing Symposium at The Mir Center for Peace - Selkirk College. March 2019: Recipient of the Creative Spark Columbia Basin Grant for BC Artists in Schools. July 2019: I attended the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival/ EMLF in Nelson, BC.
2017: I read my poem “Red Sea” at The Nelson Poetry Slam. 2017: I read my poem “Read Sea” at the Royal ahead of singer-songwriter Sophie D’Orléans.
2016: I registered in the Creative Writing Program at Selkirk College, Nelson, BC. Instructor/Author: Leesa Dean.
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