TRANSKEN, Si




Author Tags: Poetry

Si Chava Transken of Prince George is a poet, activist, vegan and UNBC teacher of Social Work. She has contributed to Open Letter (Special Issue on Artistic Inquiry) ed. Frank Davey, 2007 and published in Capilano Review (2, 42), Treeline (e-journal 2006) and Canadian Women's Studies (14, 4)

BOOKS:

Don’t Get Even. Get Odd. Prince George: Trans/formative Press, 2006.

-----. (Ed.) “Introduction”. This Ain’t Your Patriarch’s Poetry Book. Transformative Collective Press. Prince George, BC: 2003.

-----. (2004). Eight poems. Capilano Review Literary Journal, Series 2, No. 43. Summer 2004. 88- 97.

-----. (2004). Dancing with diverse diversities: Creativity and rural social work professing in small/ rural communities. Rural Social Work Journal, vol. 9, December: pp. 118-128.

-----. “Walking through four early-evenings” & “What this lake’s beavers”. J. Hoekstra (Ed). Passage: UNBC’s Summer Poetry Journal 2001. Prince George: 2001.

Poems in White Bush Trash (Sage Publications 2008)

[BCBW 2014]