Lost and Found: Author Spotlight – Angeline Schellenberg

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Angeline Schellenberg is the author of Tell Them It Was Mozart (Brick Books, 2016), a collection about raising children on the autism spectrum. It received the Lansdowne Prize for Poetry, the Eileen McTavish Sykes Award for Best First Book, and the John Hirsch Award for Most Promising Manitoba Writer, and was shortlisted for a ReLit Award. She follows up on Roads of Stone (Alfred Gustav Press, 2015) with two new chapbooks in 2019: Irises (Dancing Girl Press) and Dented Tubas (Kalamalka Press). Angeline is a copy editor living in Treaty 1 Territory (Winnipeg) with her husband, their two teenagers, and a German shepherd-corgi.

Her poem “Sunset on Deep Bay” can be read here.

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