Artwork: Yvonne Hanson  'Barnacle Face'

Artwork: Yvonne Hanson 'Barnacle Face'

SEA TO SKY REVIEW : THE SUMMER ISSUE

VOLUME 1. ISSUE 2. AUGUST 2018

We hope you're as enthused as we are about this Issue No. 2 of Sea to Sky Review. The theme was open and we've captured a lot of summer's coolest treats for you to enjoy:  a day on the mountain trails, an afternoon in Spotlight Cove and an evening on the beach with King Tide. In this issue, you'll also find information about the Waters Poetry Workshop. This will be a regular section where you will enjoy the poetry of some of the fine poets that swim there. And once again, we share Squamish BC voices in our Story of Mine feature. Throughout this issue, Yvonne Hanson's lovely artwork speaks to her deep connection with the natural world and we are very pleased to have her permission to share some of it here.


POETRY


THE WATERS POETRY WORKSHOP

In 2007,  Jude Goodwin and fellow poet Toni Clark founded an online poetry workshop for poets who are looking for gentle feedback on their work. The Waters is a place where poets can post as many poems as they wish, but must comment on three other poems for each piece of their own. In this way, writers are able to 'test the waters' with a new piece, receive intelligent and helpful workshop comments and at the same time, read the works of their peers. Poetry workshops have helped many new and experienced poets perfect their craft. We invite all of you to visit The Waters and dip your toes in at The Beach or one of our other forums. www.thewaterspoetry.com

 

STORY OF MINE

An Adventure in Community

Story of Mine was a series of printed booklets published between 2009 and 2011. It was spearheaded by Riun Blackwell and supported by the Squamish Writers Group. Sea to Sky Review will be republishing some of the articles first published in the Story of Mine papers. But also this area will be a place to feature Squamish voices - both new and old - and we are pleased to present in our August issue the second part of Riun's Speeder Story as well as a wonderful poem by Patricia Heintzman