You are invited to join us:
Please join Artists Helping Artists and the Federation of BC Writers for a special Poetry Open Mic. Happening on Saturday July 27th from 1- 3PM at Artists Helping Artists studio to celebrate a “Summer of Inclusion”, this FREE event is open to everyone!
The featured poets will be sharing their poetry and prose inspired by the summer season and the concept of “Inclusion” followed by an open mic for the audience to share their own works. They encourage an interactive evening for artists and audience to foster an appreciation of the space and the words coming together to create a memorable and engaging evening.
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO EVERYONE!
Lozan Yamolky is Canadian-Kurdish from Northern Iraq. She immigrated to Canada in 1995 and started reciting and writing poetry in the fall of 2013 through open mic events. She is a freelance English, Kurdish and Arabic interpreter. Her debut poetry book, I’m No Hero, published by Silver Bow, was launched in 2016, followed by her collection Counting Waves that was launched in 2017.
Her latest book Dreamers Needed was self-published through McNally Robinson was soft launched in February 2019 after her traumatic brain injury that she sustained from a car crash in November 2018.