Ariel Gordon

ARIEL GORDON (she/her) is a Winnipeg/Treaty 1 territory-based writer, editor, and enthusiast. She is the ringleader of Writes of Spring, a National Poetry Month project with the Winnipeg International Writers Festival that appears in the Winnipeg Free Press. Gordon’s work has appeared recently in Canadian Notes and Queries, Canthius, periodicities, and The Quarantine Review and is forthcoming in Grain, as 2nd place winner of the Kloppenberg Hybrid Grain Contest. Over the past year, she has been writer-in-residence at the Al Purdy A-frame in Ameliasburgh and Fool’s Paradise, Doris McCarthy’s home in Scarborough. Gordon’s fifth book, Siteseeing: Writing Nature and Climate Across the Prairies, was written in collaboration with Saskatchewan poet Brenda Schmidt.

Photo: Mike Deal