Rebecca Salazar

Rebecca Salazar is a writer and Vanier scholar at the University of New Brunswick, where her research centres intersectional ecocriticism and creative writing. Her first chapbook, Guzzle, was released in 2016 by Anstruther Press, and she is currently member of the poetry boards of The Fiddlehead and icehouse poetry.

Locating Ourselves

Market Tent B

This panel will address “location” in the creative writing classroom, as a function of geography, culture, and identity. Moderated by Tanis MacDonald.

Pedagogy / La pédagogie

Resist, Fight, Re-Write: A Student Reading and Storytelling Event

Lakeside Terrace, Harbourfront Centre Main Building

Come see a reading/performance of the work of creative writing students who use their voices to dismantle, resist, respond, interpret, or otherwise intervene in the oppressive forces surrounding them, while they work on their degrees and live their lives. This event will be bilingual, and will also offer opportunities for students to employ other languages […]

Reading / Lectures