Pearl Pirie’s 4th poetry collection, footlights (Radiant Press, 2020) is “lyric grief-work, and joy-work, loss, resilience and finding small beauties.” Replay launch with interview with David O’Meara, on youtube here. Order.
Her newest chapbook is Not Quite Dawn (Éditions des petits nuages, March, 2020). Her epistle haibun chapbook, Water loves its bridges: comes in Dec 2020 from The Alfred Gustav Press by subscription.
the pet radish, shrunken (Book*hug, 2015), won the Lampman Award. Thirsts (Snare/Invisible, 2011) won the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry. Her poems have been given the nod for Best Canadian Poetry in English 3 times.
Recent chapbooks include Call Down the Walls (Frog Hollow Press, Feb. 2019) and a haibun collection, Eldon, letters (above/ground, August, 2019).
Pirie teaches poetry. Studio Nouveau is her online workshops & pop-up readings. phafours is her publishing arm. Chalkpaths editing is her manuscript service. Since 2014 she has written the cooking column, Planet of the Scapes, for the Centretown Buzz.