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Carla Harris

Carla Harris is a disabled queer writer, performer and interdisciplinary artist from Treaty 4 territory, living in Regina Saskatchewan. As a improvisation teacher, poet and spoken word poet she has taught writing experimentation and performed at Verses Festival in Vancouver (2017) and Saskatoon Poetic Arts Festival (2018). Rooted in music, theatre & writing, the arts lift her to understand her disabled experience, while gradually working to bring harder stories forward. Her first chapbook, Obtain No Proof, is with the Dis/Ability Series of Frog Hollow Press.


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Obtain No Proof. Frog Hollow Press, Dis/Ability Series, 2020


Carla Lisette Harris
Eligible for National Public Readings Program :


Northern OAC WITS:
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