The PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation has announced that Ni'n na L'nu: The Mi'kmaq of Prince Edward Island is to receive a Heritage Award at a ceremony held in Summerside on 18 Feb 2014. The award is for both the exhibit (written by A..J.B. Johnston as part of the Camus Productions team) and the...
Sally S. Ito
Sally Ito is a poet and fiction writer. She was born in Taber, Alberta, and currently lives in Winnipeg. She has published three books of poetry, Frogs in the Rain Barrel, A Season of Mercy, and Alert to Glory, as well as a collection of short stories called Floating Shore. Ito has also studied in Japan, and has done translations of contemporary Japanese poetry. She teaches creative writing in Winnipeg and is a former blog contributor to the multicultural children's literature blog and website, PaperTigers.