Poets Corner Reading Series

Jude Neale and Nathalie Lim: May’s Featured Poets

Natalie Lim is a Chinese-Canadian poet living on the unceded, traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Peoples (Vancouver, B.C.). She is the winner of the 2018 CBC Poetry Prize and Room Magazine’s 2020 Emerging Writer Award, with work published in Arc Poetry Magazine, Best Canadian Poetry 2020 and elsewhere. Her debut poetry chapbook arrhythmia is now available from Rahila’s Ghost Press.


Jude Neale has written ten collections of poetry. Her book, A Quiet Coming of Light, was a finalist for the LCP Pat Lowther Award and her manuscript, Splendid in its Silence, won publication in the UK. Her poem, “Blue Bowl”, was finalist for the prestigious Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Award and “Emptiness in the Garden” was chosen by Britain’s Poet Laureate, Sir Andrew Motion, to ride the buses in the Channel Islands for one year. In keeping with her musical background, she collaborated with violist, composer and visionary, Thomas RL Beckman, to write a poetic prose narrative for his orchestral composition, the St. Roch Suite, which was performed live by the Prince George Symphony Orchestra. www.judeneale.ca

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