Judith Penner

Judith Penner had an early career as a poet, short story writer, journalist (FiddleheadBest Canadian StoriesThe Observer Magazine UK), and co-author of several non-fiction books, followed by a long period of preoccupation with family, travel, and teaching yoga and related workshops in India, Europe, and North America. She has written for the CBC and the NFB and been an editor, primarily of books on art, such as the award-winning The Colour of our Dreams: The Surrealist Revolution in Art (VAG). More recently her poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in catalogues (readymades, Smith Foundation), anthologies (Sustenance, Anvil Press), The Poetry Foundation, and in literary magazines, including GeistPrism InternationalThe Capilano Review online, and SubTerrain. In 2018 her chapbook of prose poems, A Bed of Half Full: a landscape, was published by Nomados Literary Publishers.

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