ELIXIR OF LIFE—Free Verse Poetry: A workshop with Tawhida Tanya Evanson


Time: Tuesday, September 5, 2023 | 6-8pm

Location: Grand Luxe Hall, Western Front (303 East 8th Avenue, Vancouver)

Registration: $25 CAD* / Free for Indigenous participants 


The human being is both stream and tsunami, yet we have difficulty flowing around obstacles. Engage with a free verse poetry that taps into the conscious and subconscious using a basic unifying substance as our guide: water. We will use text, videopoetry and tonal sound therapy to contemplate, meditate, write, edit, experiment, question, share, give and receive feedback, co-create safe space and predict the future of humankind.

There are a total of 15 in-person workshop spaces available. Participants should bring along a pen or pencil and some paper for the writing exercises.


Indigenous registrants: Please email us at contact@thecapilanoreview.com to register directly.


If all spaces are sold out, please email editor@thecapilanoreview.com to add yourself to the waitlist and we will notify you if a spot opens up!


No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If the registration fee presents a barrier to you, please contact us at contact@thecapilanoreview.com.

*Workshop registration includes a complimentary one-year print subscription to The Capilano Review.

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