Tag Archives: Lillian Allen

CELEBRATING QUEER INDIGENOUS VOICES WEEK 2011: INTERVIEWS WITH NICOLE TANGUAY AND ROBBIE MADSEN

Nicole Tanguay is a Two-Spirit woman of Cree and French descent.  She has been writing poetry for over twenty years and has been published in many anthologies from Connie Fife’s Colour of Resistance to Miscegenation Blues.  Nicole’s work speaks of … Continue reading

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HONOURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2011: LILLIAN ALLEN PERFORMS DUB POETRY

Lillian Allen is a two-time Juno Award winner and the originator of Dub Poetry.  Allen’s poetry challenges the mainstream, is entertaining, and very original.  Enjoy her words.

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HONOURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2011: INTERVIEW WITH LILLIAN ALLEN

Dub poet Lillian Allen continues to define the form and explore its leading innovative edge. She has performed her work in many major venues in North America taking poetry to larger and larger audiences. She has produced Juno award winning … Continue reading

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HONOURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2011: PSYCHIC UNREST BY LILLIAN ALLEN + A TALK WITH BLACK FEMINIST ERICA NEEGAN

Psychic Unrest By Lillian Allen Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos All the great poets learned from those who came before them.  Many young and aspiring poets have Walt Whitman sired.  Willam Butler Yeats has influenced many.  And Sylvia Plath is … Continue reading

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