December 2019

Reading, Resisting Canada anthology launch, with editor Nyla Matuk and others, J.W. McConnell Building, Concordia University, Montreal, QC. (Dec 1)

November 2019

Reading, Resisting Canada anthology launch, with editor Nyla Matuk and others, Knife|Fork|Book, Toronto (Nov 28)

September 2019

Included poems, Resisting Canada, an anthology, edited by Nyla Matuk, published by Véhicule Press.

August 2019

Reading, Fitzhenry & Whiteside Showcase, with Anne Compton, Sarah Feldman, and Evan Jones, Knife|Fork|Book, Toronto. (Aug 9)

July 2019

Books housed, This Being and The Essential Anne Wilkinson, Glasgow Women’s Library.

Summer 2019

Review, The Malahat Review, of poems first published in Issue #164.

April 2019

Residency, Elizabeth Bishop House, Great Village, Nova Scotia. (Apr 7 – 20)

February & March 2019

Featured, Ten Mile Point“, “Doorway” (from This Being), League of Canadian Poets “Poetry Pause”.

November 2018

Reading, Guernica Editions fall Toronto launch of David Helwig: Essays on His Works, Toronto. (Nov 18)

Tribute, “Singular Voice, Unassuming Craftsman“, Guernica Editions website. (Nov 5)

Reading, Lit Live Reading Series, with Ray Robertson, Moez Surani, Mary Lou Dickinson, Cameron Anstee, and Liz Harmer, The Staircase Theatre, Hamilton. (Nov 4)

Reading, Room to Room: Poetry & Architecture in Conversation (published by ARKITEXWERKS), with Ted Landrum, Komi Olaf, and Elsa Lam, Knife|Fork|Book, Toronto. (Nov 2)

September 2018

Reading, “An Evening with David Helwig”* with Deirdre Kessler, Hugh MacDonald, Simon Lloyd, et al, The Carriage House, Beaconsfield Historic House, Charlottetown, PEI, *a celebration and launch of David Helwig: Essays on His Works hosted by Bookmark. (Sep 25)

Interview, CBC Radio, “Mainstreet PEI” with Angela Walker and PEI Poet Laureate Deirdre Kessler re Helwig celebration and launch of David Helwig: Essays on His Works, CBC Studios, Charlottetown, PEI. (Sep 25)

New book, David Helwig: Essays on His Works, Vol. #49 of Essential Writers Series, published by Guernica Editions. (Sep 6)

July 2018

Buzz, David Helwig: Essays on His Works, Numéro Cinq magazine. (Jul 6)

May 2018

New essay, “Inside the House of Mirrors: Reflections on Wayne Clifford’s The Exile’s Papers, Part One: The Duplicity of Autobiography“, in new book Am, Be: The Poetry of Wayne Clifford (Frog Hollow Press, literary criticism monograph #6), with M. Travis Lane, Jeffery Donaldson, and editor Shane Neilson.

This Being, CBC’s “Ultimate Canadian Poetry List”, #7 of 68 books recommended by readers. (May 18)

April 2018

Appearance, Canadian Independent Booksellers Day, with Rob Winger, Jessica Westhead, David Wolfman, and Alissa York, Blue Heron Books, Uxbridge, ON. (Apr 28)

“Five Short Poems by Anne Wilkinson“, The Essential Anne Wilkinson, The Neglected Books Page (US). (Apr 5)

March 2018

Review of This Being, Winter 2018 print issue, ARC Poetry magazine.

February – March 2018

Fellowship & residency, Hawthornden International Retreat for Writers, Midlothian, Scotland. (Feb 10 – Mar 9)

December 2017

Guest author, WCDR Round Table Pro Panel, Writers’ Community of Durham Region, Whitby, ON. (Dec 9)

Guest speaker, Artist Meet-up, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON. (Dec 7)

November 2017

Feature, “Filling in the Blanks”, about Re|Visions,

Reading & workshop, “What Will They Know of Us?”, via Re|Visions, Station Gallery, Whitby. (Nov 12)

Interview, “Unravelling Strands, Reweaving History: An Interview with Ingrid Ruthig“, Whitby Station Gallery.

October 2017

Review of THIS BEING by Jill Stoner, Canadian Architect magazine.

Solo exhibition, Ingrid Ruthig: Re|Visions, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON. (Oct 14 to Dec 19)

August 2017

Interview, “Curiosity and the Ordinary“, Transactions with Beauty.

June 2017

Award, THIS BEING wins League of Canadian Poets 2017 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award.

February 2017

Guest speaker, Durham Reach exhibition “Tour & Talk”, Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON. (Feb 5)

Feature, Durham Reach exhibition catalogue, Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa.

January 2017

Exhibitor. “Portrait of the Redacted” textwork, Durham Reach show, Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON. (Jan to Apr)

Quoted, Toronto Star, Durham Reach featured in Sunday Edition. (Feb 5)

December 2016

Guest speaker, Durham District School Board, Whitby, ON. (Dec 16)

November 2016

Reading, Hot-Sauced Words poetry series, Toronto, ON. (Nov 28)

October 2016

Feature, St. Marys Journal Argus print edition & Metroland papers online. (Oct 8)

September 2016

Radio interview, “HOWL” CIUT 89.5FM, with host Nancy Bullis, Toronto, ON. (Sep 27)

Guest speaker, Spirit of the Hills writing group, Grafton, ON. (Sep 17)

Reading, East Coast launch, with guest poet Brian Bartlett, Halifax, ON. (Sep 7)

Guest appearance, “Telling Stories with Jules Carlysle”, 2016-17 season, Episode 3, Rogers TV, with repeat broadcast throughout year. (Sep & Oct)

July 2016

Reading, “Lay Your Word Down” poetry series, Cobourg, ON. (Jul 7)

Interview, “12 or 20 questions”, with rob mclennan.

Featured, This Being, Poets House Showcase 2016, New York City, US. Search Poets House library catalogue & collection.

June 2016

Review of This Being, Northumberland Today. (Jun 20)

Listed, This Being, 49th Shelf’s “On Our Radar: The Summer Edition“.

Reading & official book launch, Ben McNally Books, Toronto, ON. (Jun 8)

May 2016

Interview, SlowCity magazine.

Poem, “Sprung“, featured Sunday Poem selection by Vehicule Press. (May 5)

Feature, “Altered States: Poems from This Being“, Numéro Cinq magazine.

Reading, This Being official Durham launch, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON. (May 26)

April 2016

Reading, Ontario Writers’ Conference Festival of Authors, Ajax, ON, with Teva Harrison and Andrew F. Sullivan. (Apr 30)

Teaching resource: “Unpacking Poetry: Exploring the Essential Poets Series”, The Porcupine’s Quill.

Guest author for Poetry Month, “Word on the Hills” radio interview, Northumberland 89.7FM. Archived podcast still available.

March 2016

Book release. This Being published by Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Markham, Ontario.

Tribute, Partisan magazine: 12 writers remember Canadian poet Douglas G. Jones.

February 2016

Guest author, “Art Waves” radio, an interview, Hamilton, Ontario, with Shane Neilson, Amanda Jernigan, and host Bernadette Rule, to discuss editing The Porcupine’s Quill’s Essential Poets Series. Listen to archived program #277.

New poem featured on “Sunrise with Sea Monsters“.

Review of The Essential Anne Wilkinson in The Bull Calf Review.

January 2016

Review of The Essential Anne Wilkinson in Canadian Literature 224, Spring 2015 issue.

December 2015

Poem, “Shift Change”, on Toronto Poetry Map (from MESS: the hospital anthology, Tightrope Books, 2014).

November 2015

Textwork, The Narrative of Marie, Station Gallery. (Dec to Jan)

October 2015

New poem, “All That’s Left“, featured on ‘The Litter I See’ Project.

July 2015

Brief introduction,Anne Wilkinson presented by Ingrid Ruthig, featured on Brick Books’ 40th anniversary celebration of Canadian poetry.

June 2015

Textwork, The Narrative of Mariefeatured on Venus febriculosa, and listed a favourite of A Humument competition, judged by Tom Phillips himself.

May 2015

Named, “Ten great authors living, writing in Durham Region“.

April 2015

Textwork, A Place to Stand, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON.

January 2015

Named, The Essential Anne Wilkinson, a 2014 “Book of the Year” by CNQ Canadian Notes & Queries.

Reviews of The Essential Anne Wilkinson in, Word to Word, and Foreword Reviews.

December 2014

Reading, “Lay Your Word Down” poetry series, Cobourg, ON.

Textwork, Heads of Fate: Mary S. (prizewinner), Station Gallery juried exhibition, Whitby. (Dec to Jan)

November 2014

Reading, “Writers in my Residence“, with Stuart Ross, Whitby, ON.

New poems, The Antigonish Review, Issue #179.

New book, The Essential Anne Wilkinson, poems, Vol 11, Essential Poets series, published by Porcupine’s Quill.

Essay, Open Book Toronto’s “At the Desk” column.

September 2014

Exhibiting artist, TexTiles series, Oshawa Space Invaders 2014 Urban Art Festival.

Reading, “Words of the Season”, Durham Region’s Culture Days, Pickering, Ontario.

Cover art, “Antoinette’s Head”, Short Fiction Renaissance anthology (Piquant Press, 2014).

May 2014

Feature, “Codes, Texts & TexTiles: Art & Interview with Ingrid Ruthig“, Numéro Cinq magazine “Off The Page” series.

April 2014

Interview, Ontario Writers’ Conference Festival of Authors, Ajax, ON, with Karen Connelly, Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer, and Catherine Bush.

Textwork, Antoinette’s Head, Station Gallery, Whitby.

Contributor, A Rewording Life anthology.

Community TA, University of Pennsylvania “Modern & Contemporary American Poetry”.

Contributor, Mess: the hospital anthology (Tightrope Books, 2014).

January 2014

Interview, “On the Weaving Together of Writers and Editors”, “Stories, Words and Whispers” blog.

Artist’s book The Arbitrary Text Of Wreckage (call number: 225.58-8) joins BinaReCodings at Brooklyn Art Library then tours Canada and the US.

Textwork dBooked, McLean Recreation Complex, Ajax, ON. (Jan to Feb)\

Featured artwork, Confluence, 2014 Ontario Writers’ Conference “Story Starter”.

December 2013

Reading & artist exhibitor. TexTiles, “Small Works” show, The Vault, Oshawa, ON. (Dec to Jan)

Listed, Slipstream, Open Book Ontario‘s “Focus On: Durham Region–The Recommended Reads”.

Essay, “Here Be Writers: Charting One Writer’s Journey in Literary Durham Region”, Open Book Ontario‘s “Focus On” series.

Textwork, TexTiles (prizewinner), juried exhibition, Station Gallery. Jurors: Anik Glaude, Gil McElroy, and Alice Teichert.

November 2013

Interview, Whitby Public Library, with Bill Swan.

September 2013

Textworks, “Take a City” article, Matilda Magtree blog.

Exhibiting artist, Oshawa Space Invaders urban art festival, Oshawa, ON.

August 2013

Guest columnist, Encore Literary Magazine “Ephemeris”. Read the essay “Linkage“.

June 2013

Reading, More 2 Life 4 Women magazine’s “Summer Solstice Open Mic”, Whitby, ON.

May 2013

Reading, launch of Daryl Hine’s A Reliquary and Other Poems (Fitzhenry & Whiteside), Ben McNally Books, Toronto.

Essay “Driving Away”, Canada Writes HYPERLOCAL,

Poem broadsides, “Rumours Of Sky” and “Timekeeping With A Friend”, (ARKITEXWERKS).

April 2013

Interview, “Books & Brunch” event, Wooden Sticks Golf Club, Uxbridge, ON.

Reading, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington poetry event, Bowmanville, ON.

Artist’s book, BinaReCodings, “Sketchbook Project 2013”, Brooklyn Art Library, Brooklyn, NY. Read more in Wall Street Journal.

Listed, Richard Outram: Essays on His Works a an Open Book Ontario “Recommended Reads: Cobourg and Port Hope”.

Textwork, BinaReCodings, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON.

March 2013

Guest curator, Open Book Ontario‘s “Ontario Literary Landmark”: Richard Outram’s former Port Hope, Ontario home.

February 2013

Essay, “Only the Words” (click link to read archived text), with photos of textwork The Etymologist’s Collection, featured on

Artist’s book, BinaReCodings, toured North America with Sketchbook Project 2013. Now permanently housed in the Brooklyn Art Library. (Mar to Aug)


Exhibitor, “Shift” juried exhibition, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON. (Dec to Jan)

Feature, “Poets on Art”, (Nov)

Interview, “November Noir” event, Whitby Public Library, with novelists Ruth E. Walker and Allison Baggio.

Artist talk, “Super Sunday: Text Collage”, Station Gallery, Whitby. (Nov)

Exhibitor, “Reading the Image”, curated show, Station Gallery, Whitby, with John Di Leonardo, Jean-Michel Komarnicki, Helen Bajorek MacDonald, Kal Honey, and Toni Hamel. (Oct to Dec)

Reading, Toronto launch of The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2012 anthology (eds. Molly Peacock & Carmine Starnino; Tightrope Books). (Oct)

Solo show, Slipstream, Town Hall, Ajax, ON (Sep)

Textwork, dBooked, Book<>Art group show, Blue Heron Studio, Uxbridge, ON (Sep)

Textworks, “Off the Page”, Surfacing group show, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON (Sep)

Book review, National Post July 28 print edition.

Contributor, Poet to Poet anthology (Guernica Editions, 2012).


Reviews of Richard Outram: Essays on His Works (Guernica Editions, 2011) in Northern Poetry Review and

Two-book review, Northern Poetry Review (as new associate editor).

Interview, Northern Poetry Review, with Leigh Kotsilidis.

Feature, East of the City magazine, autumn Arts issue: on the cover, and “Caught in the Slipstream” feature by Heather O’Connor.

Exhibitor, Rock, Paper, Scissors juried show, Station Gallery, Whitby.

Interview, “November Noir” event, Whitby Public Library.

Article, Literary Landmark, Open Book Ontario.

Book release, Slipstream – a textwork (ARKITEXWERKS). Launched at the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Bowmanville, ON. (Autumn)

Book release, Richard Outram: Essays on His Works (Guernica Editions). (Autumn)

Features, “On Writing and Mixed Media, with Ingrid Ruthig“, Open Book Ontario, and “Who’s Who” in WordWeaver.

New poems, The Antigonish Review Vol. 42, No.165.

Textworks, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON. (Apr)

Interview, Centennial Building, Whitby Public Library.

Reading, Pandora’s Box Salon “Some Like It Hot”, Aurora Cultural Centre, in conjunction with Slipstream show. (Feb)

Solo show, Slipstream, Aurora Cultural Centre, Aurora, ON. (Jan 22 to Apr 9)


Textwork, Japanese Staging Of An Ontario Play, Station Gallery, Whitby, ON. (Dec-Jan)

Solo show, Fragments of the Missing, Whitby Public Library.

Solo show, Slipstream, Artspace on the Mezzanine, Clarington Public Library, Bowmanville.

Featured poems,Poem of the Month“, Parliamentary Poet Laureate’s website and archived. (June & July)

Solo show, Fragments of the Missing, Ontario Power Generation Information Centre, Pickering, ON (May & June)

Interview, “Seven Questions, Now and Then” in WCDR “Reading As Writers”.

Interview, Whitby Public Library.

Book review, Northern Poetry Review.

Reading, launch of Rogue Stimulus anthology (Mansfield Press), Toronto, ON. (Mar)

Interview, Maisonneuve magazine, with Rabindranath Maharaj.

New poems, Ditch, anthology 4 (canadian) (innovative poets) (Trainwreck Press). 


Group show, Artspace on the Mezzanine, Bowmanville, with Jane Eccles, Olex Wlasenko, Jean-Michel Komarnicki, Sally Thurlow, Margaret Rodgers, David B. Gillespie. (Dec)

New poems, Gloom Cupboard and Grain magazine Vol. 36.3.

Book reviews, Quill & Quire and Northern Poetry Review. (December)

Profile, Surfacing arts magazine.

Reading & discussion, “More Than Meets The Ear: Artists and Writers in Dialogue”, Clarington Public Library, Bowmanville.