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Liz Szynkowski
Sheila Stewart
BIO
Biography

Sheila Stewart is a poet, essayist, and educator. She grew up in Stratford, Waterloo, and Montreal. She taught in Libya and Swaziland and worked in adult literacy for many years in Parkdale, the west Toronto neighbourhood where she lives. She has a PhD in Adult Education and Community Development from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto.

ADDRESS
City: Toronto, Province/Territory: Ontario
EMAIL
GENRE
poetry, essays, creative nonfiction
LANGUAGES
English
PUBLICATIONS
Publications
Title
A Hat to Stop a Train
Publisher
Wolsak and Wynn
Year
2003
Title
The Shape of a Throat
Publisher
Signature Editions
Year
2012
Title
The Art of Poetic Inquiry
Publisher
Backalong Books
Year
2012
Title
If I Write About My Father
Publisher
Ekstasis Editions
Year
2024
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PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
Programs & Interests
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