Photo Credit:
Photo credit
John MacDonald
AJ Dolman
BIO
Biography

AJ Dolman’s debut short fiction collection, Lost Enough, was released by Morning Rain Publishing in 2017. Her poetry, fiction and nonfiction have appeared in numerous journals, magazines and anthologies, including The Quarantine Review, Flirt, Imaginary Safehouse, Another Dysfunctional Cancer Poem Anthology, Canadian Ginger, Matrix Magazine, Bywords, On Spec, Grain, PRISM international, The Fiddlehead, The Antigonish Review and Triangulation: Lost Voices. Dolman is the author of three poetry chapbooks, and was a finalist for the 2015 Alberta Magazine Award for fiction. They were a longtime contributing editor for Arc Poetry Magazine, and co-edited Motherhood in Precarious Times (Demeter Press, 2018), an international anthology of poetry and nonfiction. Dolman works as a professional editor and writer, and is an advocate for and speaker on bisexual+ rights and visibility. Follow her on Twitter @ajdolman. 

ADDRESS
City: Ottawa, Province/Territory:
EMAIL
PUBLICATIONS
Publications
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
Presentation details
Audience Size
Audience size
10-1000
Presentation Genre
Writing, literacy, LGBTQ2+ rights
Presentation Length
20 minutes to 1 hour
EQUITY INITIATIVE
As part of the Union’s Equity Implementation Plan, we are committed to increasing awareness of authors who are Black, Indigenous, racialized, LGBTQI2S, or living with a disability. This author identifies as:
Members who identify as:
LGBTQI2S
Living with a disability
Programs & Interests
Interested in participating Union’s Ontario Writers-in-the-Schools program:
All members are eligible for the Union’s Ontario Writers-in-the-Schools program. Are you interested in participating in this pro
Yes
Interested in participating in the Northern Ontario WITS program:
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Yes