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Brad Cran and Jamella Hagen at Whitehorse Poetry Festival

Published on June 19, 2013 By admin

Brad Cran heads north to participate in the Whitehorse Poetry Festival, taking place from Thursday, June 20 to Sunday, June 23. Brad will be reading from his new collection, Ink on Paper, and participating in the Longest Day Poetry Bash with fellow Nightwood poet, Jamella Hagen, who will be reading from Kerosene. See below for […]

Jamella Hagen keeps the fire burning with Kerosene

Published on June 18, 2012 By admin

Tuesday, June 19th, is just another busy day in the life of Nightwood poet, Jamella Hagen. Jamella will be reading from Kerosene at Poets in the Park, a FREE event presented by the Whitehorse Poetry Society. Jamella will be joined by local poetic talents Lily Gontard, k.j. munro, Joe Zucchiatti, Christine Hakim, Nicole Nolet and Stephen Reid. Poets in […]

Jamella Hagen & Claire Tacon Sweeping the West

Published on May 14, 2012 By admin

Nightwood poet Jamella Hagen and Biblioasis author Claire Tacon will be busy sharing their latest works with the prairies and then on to BC for an impressively energetic book tour finale. Jamella is promoting, Kerosene, her debut poetry collection and Claire is reading from her debut novel,  In the Field. See their tour schedule below and come join these […]

May readings by Chris Hutchinson – A Brief History of the Short-lived

Published on May 3, 2012 By admin

Nightwood poet Chris Hutchinson is back with more readings from his new collection, A Brief History of the Short-lived. May 3rd – 8 pm: @ livewords readng series in Toronto. Chris will be reading with poets Stevie Howell and Dilys Leman. May 7th – 7:30 pm: Niagara Literary Arts Festival reading with fellow Nightwood poet Jamella Hagen […]

Jamella Hagen sets CanLit scene ablaze with Kerosene tour

Published on April 29, 2012 By admin

Nightwood poet Jamella Hagen is hitting the road on an epic cross country tour, with  Biblioasis author Claire Tacon. Jamella will be reading from her debut poetry collection, Kerosene and Claire will read from her debut novel, In the Field. May 1 @ 8pm, The Art Bar Poetry Series, Toronto, Ontario May 7 @ 7:30 pm […]

Jamella Hagen Interviewed on CBC Radio’s North by Northwest

Published on October 31, 2011 By admin

Nightwood poet, Jamella Hagen, was interviewed by Sheryl MacKay of CBC Radio’s North by Northwest for her new book, Kerosene, on Saturday, October 29th.  Listen to the full interview here. Jamella Hagen grew up in Hazelton, BC and has lived in Vancouver, Brazil and South Korea. Her poems have appeared in journals across Canada. Her […]

Kerosene Launches in Whitehorse!

Published on September 22, 2011 By admin

Join Nightwood poet Jamella Hagen as she celebrates the launch of her debut poetry collection Kerosene at the Old Fire Hall in Whitehorse, YT on Friday, October 14 at 7pm. In Kerosene, her debut book of poetry, Jamella Hagen weaves individual memories into a narrative that charts the process of orientation and growing maturity within […]

Jamella Hagen Reads at UBC

Published on September 14, 2011 By admin

Nightwood poet Jamella Hagen will read from her book Kerosene at the event Four Score! at UBC in Vancouver on Wednesday, September 28. This event will feature four UBC Creative Writing Program Graduates – Jamella Hagen, Bren Simmers, Sheryda Warrener, and Linda Besner – reading poems from their debut collections. While UBC’s elite Creative Writing […]