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Student Cate Sandilands Published in Watch Your Head

by Writing Workshops Staff

9 months ago


Student Cate Sandilands Published in Watch Your Head

by Writing Workshops Staff

9 months ago


Cate Sandilands, a student in Kat Moore's Writing the Nonlinear Narrative Workshop, has an essay she worked on in class titled "Fifteen Minutes" that was recently published, which is very exciting! You can read Cate's essay in Watch Your Head.

Watch Your Head, a project of Coach House Books, is an anthology of creative works devoted to climate justice and the climate crisis and all issues that intersect.

Congratulations, Cate! And thank you for letting us be a small part of your writing journey!

BIO: Cate Sandilands is a professor of Environmental Arts and Justice in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University. In addition to her academic writing in the environmental humanities, she recently published an edited volume of small stories and poems, Rising Tides: Reflections for Climate Changing Times (Caitlin Press, 2019), and is working on a collection of her own stories. Her other work can be found here

 

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