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In Person Lit Lunch

Embracing Imperfection

Cost: Members, free | Non-members, $5
Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2024
Time: 11am – 12:30pm

A light lunch will be provided for this session.

Join the Discussion

Reconnect with the art of storytelling as a catalyst for personal growth, connection, and inspiration in your own life. Spoken word poet Miranda Krogstad reflects on her art form, and how it carries into many parts of life where people seek to have their voice — flawed as it often may be in an idea’s early stages — heard amid the hustle and bustle. Along the way, she shares the magic of her poems Stardust, an Ode to Pasta, and Imperfect. Spoken word poet meets eternal optimist: Miranda’s poetry ranges in topic from child’s play to empowerment, giving life’s obstacles a feel-good finish.

This program takes place in person at the Alexandra Writers’ Centre (AWCS), on the 4th floor of cSpace Marda Loop (map).

Spoken word poet meets eternal optimist, Miranda Krogstad’s poetry ranges in topic from child’s play to empowerment, giving life’s obstacles a feel-good finish. A member of the 2016 national wild card team, member of the 2013 Spoken Word Program at the Banff Centre, Calgary Arts Development grant recipient, and a 2-time Canada Council for the Arts grant recipient, she now runs the spoken word network YYSpeak: a communal and supportive space for local spoken word artists.

For more information and to register, visit Lit Lunch – Embracing Imperfection.