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Ian Kent



Ian Kent wrote, produced and directed the play “Abattoir Morning” for or; theatre ( He also wrote and produced two children’s plays, “The Kingship of NNNNorp!” and “Witches’ Brew: Carrot Stew,” at the Edmonton International Fringe Festival. In India, Ian taught Shakespeare to Tibetan artists in exile and edited and contributed to Contact magazine. His poems have been published in Quills Canadian Poetry Magazine, The Prairie Journal, Scrivener Creative Review, Rhubarb and Contemporary Verse 2.His fiction has appeared in The Prairie Journal and Montréal Writes. His non-fiction has appeared in Rhubarb.

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