Lise Gaston

Lise Gaston

    Lise Gaston grew up on both sides of Canada, in Fredericton and Victoria, and has also lived in Toronto, Halifax, Montreal, and Limerick, Ireland. Her poetry, essays, and reviews have appeared in journals across Canada, the United States, and Ireland, including Arc Poetry Magazine, European Romantic Review, The Fddlehead, Lemon Hound, The Malahat Review, Matrix Magazine, Numero Cinq, and Prairie Fire. Her writing has won awards in Arc‘s Poem of the Year and How Poems Work contests, and has been selected for Best Canadian Poetry in English 2015. She is a graduate of English and Creative Writing programs at the University of Victoria and Concordia University in Montreal, and is now a PhD Candidate in English at the University of California, Berkeley. She divides her time between Berkeley and Edmonton. Cityscapes in Mating Season is her first book.


    Upcoming event with Lise Gaston

    Tuesday October 24, 2017 at 7:00 PM

    Vancouver, BC

    Strangers on a Train Reading Series

    Reading

    The Kino (3456 Cambie Street)

    Come down to The Kino where special guest Lise Gaston will read from Cityscapes as part of Langara College's Strangers on a Train Reading Series.

    Related News

    Lise Gaston - Rob McLennan blog interview Aug 6 2017

    Book cover

    Rob McLennan's Blog: 12 or 20 (second series) questions with Lise Gaston David W. McFadden once said that books come from books, but are there any other forms that influence your work, whether nature, music, science or visual art? "Cityscapes was heavily influenced not by any specific work of art, but by historical ways of seeing, particularly the picturesque movement, with its romanticization of ruin, its coloured glasses. My work is influenced by place in general, whether urban or “natural”—I’m particularly intrigued by how unclean those categories are." View Lise's full interview at: http://robmclennan.blogspot.ca/2017/08/12-or-20-second-series-questions-with_6.html

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