Angeline Schellenberg’s first collection, Tell Them It Was Mozart (Brick Books), is coming in September 2016. Her chapbook, Roads of Stone, was published by Alfred Gustav Press in 2015. Her poetry appears in various journals including Prairie Fire, CV2, TNQ, Rhubarb, Room, Grain, and Geez. Her poem, “Black with a Vengeance”, was shortlisted for Arc’s 2015 Poem of the Year. Angeline lives in Winnipeg with her husband, two teenagers, and a German shepherd/corgi.
Deep Bay Residency Project
Residency dates: July 11 to 24
During her residency, Angeline Schellenberg will work on her collection of prose poems about colour, The Spectral Existence of Magenta. This collection mines the history of each pigment: its chemical composition, its use in art, the origin of its name and its appearance in nature. Each hue reveals something about the human story: race, religion, art, science – and across the spectrum – longing.
Poetry Reading and Talk with the Artist
Thursday, July 21st at 7:30 p.m.
Clear Lake Bowling Greens
Feeling blue? Green with envy? In the pink? Whatever your mood, join Angeline at the Clear Lake Bowling Greens where she will read from her new collection of poetry about colour.