Deanna Radford is a writer, poet, and performer and is the former curator of the Atwater Poetry Project. Her writing on literature and experimental music has appeared in Broken Pencil, .dpi: Feminist Journal of Art & Digital Culture, Flypaper, Herizons, the Montreal Review of Books, MusicWorks, and elsewhere. In January 2018 she performed “Poesis Within A Resonant Cloud: For Voice & Electronics” at the Large Air Moving Objects conference hosted by CRiSAP at the London College of Communications in London, UK. She performs regularly around Montréal and improvises in live settings with sound artists Jeremy Young and Philippe Vandal as Cloud Unit. This spring her poetry and writing on poetry will appear in Arc Poetry Magazine, the Headlight Anthology, and Vallum Magazine; and she will perform her poetry at TEXT/SOUND/PERFORMANCE: Making in Canadian Space, a conference, in Dublin, Ireland. She is pursuing an MA degree in creative writing at Concordia University.
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