Poet Joanne Arnott receives Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Award 2017

Joanne and Wil to Write (Wil George)

Congratulations to Joanne Arnott for receiving the Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Award 2017. Joanne Arnott and Wil to Write (Wil George) who is a Coast Salish poet from the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, were honored with the awards in the area of Literary Arts.

Jules, Joanne and Flora @ The Mayor’s Arts Awards
Photo by Stuart Campbell.

‘Joanne Arnott is a Métis/mixed-blood author, poet and arts activist who has published over ten books of poetry and prose. Her first book of poetry, Wiles of Girlhood (Press Gang) won the League of Canadian Poets’ Gerald Lampert Award in 1992. Her latest title is Halfling Spring: an internet romance with illustrations by Leo Yerxa (Kegedonce Press 2014). Her essays and poetry has appeared in numerous anthologies.’ She is the Poetry Editor for EVENT Magazine, a Literary Adviser to Surrey Muse, and a founding member of the Aboriginal Writers Collective West Coast. More about Joanne is at the link below:
joanne-arnott-surrey-muse

Joanne’s blogs
joannearnott.blogspot.ca
josarnott.blogspot.ca

The annual Mayor’s Arts Awards recognize 20 established and emerging artists from different communities. The recipients receive a cash award.
Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Awards for 2017
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