Trillium Book Awards Author Reading 2015


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September happens to be one of my most favourite times of the year and certainly perfect timing for me to blog for Open Book Toronto. I am very excited about this opportunity and look forward to sharing my thoughts and observations in my WIR blog.

By some reason I usually write the best of my poetry right after the end of the summer. Watching leaves turning red and summer slowly fading away bring a lot of inspiration to me, especially when I write about love, relationships, dreams, and hopes. I wonder if any other writers feel the same way? Is poetry writing a “seasonal” thing or is it just me?

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Victoria Sedova

Victoria Sedova is an accomplished author and literary translator. Her latest poetry collection is The Bay of Lost Love (BookLand Press).

Go to Victoria Sedova’s Author Page