Ann Elizabeth Carson, BA and MEd (University of Toronto), Diploma, Arscura School of Art, is a poet, writer, sculptor, and feminist, one of Toronto’s Mille Femmes (in the arts) at the 2008 Luminato Festival. Her work includes Shadows Light, poetry and sculptures (Longboat Alliance, 2005); My Grandmother’s Hair (Edgar Kent, Dundurn, 2006); The Risks of Remembrance, new poems (Words Indeed, 2010), and We All Become Stories (Blue Denim Press, 2013). Selections from and reviews of Ann’s books and presentations have appeared from Maine to Manitoulin Island and Vancouver.
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April 27, 2016, The East End Writer’s Group presents “Expressions of Memoir” a workshop with Ann Elizabeth Carson. 7:00-8:15 Auditorium, TPL. S. Walter Stewart branch.170 Memorial Park Avenue, Toron...
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Stories by Ann Elizabeth Carson
Laundry Lines: A Memoir in Stories and Poems by annelizabethcarson
Laundry Lines: A Memoir in Stories and Poems Non-Fiction
Why do we remember what we remember? As Ann Elizabeth Carson looks back at the long laundry line of her life strung with memories, in a rare combination of visceral, sensuous prose and poetry she explores how many...
The Risks of Remembrance by annelizabethcarson
The Risks of Remembrance Poetry
In Ann's poetry, images become language; a language that directly grips the observer/reader. We come to know by the word and by the image. Like Plato’s cave we get glimpses of light among the shadows. –Jane Burns...
We All Become Stories by annelizabethcarson
We All Become Stories Non-Fiction
We All Become Stories speaks to us because it reveals "aging" as not something that happens just to older people, but as a lifelong evolution - a journey of self-discovery open to everyone. Through their...