Sensing Different Worlds: Author Spotlight – Ulrike Narwani

Ulrike Narwani’s poetry has been published in literary journals, chapbooks, and anthologies, most recently in Sweet Water: Poems for the Watersheds, Voicing Suicide and Hologram: Homage to P.K. Page (forthcoming in 2021), haiku in Last Train Home and The Wanderer Brush, a book of haiga. She is a past winner of Freefall’s contest. A haiku won the 2020 Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Haiku Invitational top award for BC. A poem has traveled on BC Transit. Collecting Silence is her debut volume of poetry (Ronsdale Press, 2017). She lives near Sidney, BC. You can visit her website at www.ulrikenarwani.com.

 

Her poem “Mistaking Nike for Niobe” can be read on our website at https://canlit.ca/article/mistaking-nike-for-niobe/.

 

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