Trish Salah is a poet who has authored two collections: Lyric Sexology Vol. 1 and Wanting in Arabic, for which she won a Lambda Literary Award in 2014. Born and raised in Halifax, Salah is currently based in Kingston, Ontario where she is a professor of gender studies at Queen’s University. Her creative and scholarly work address transgender and transsexual politics and experience, diasporic Arab identity and culture, anti-racism, and queer politics.
The Writers’ Trust of Canada invites you to celebrate the announcement of the Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBTQ Emerging Writers. This prize is presented to an emerging Canadian writer from the LGBTQ community who demonstrates great promise through a body of work of exceptional quality. This year’s finalists are Ben Ladouceur, Trish Salah, and Joshua […]