Sina Queyras grew up on the road in western Canada and has since lived in Vancouver, Toronto, New York, Philadelphia, and Montreal.
While living in New York, Queyras edited an anthology of Canadian poetry designed for those coming to poetry, and for those coming to Canadian poetry. You can order Open Field here. She also co-curated belladonna, an innovative women’s reading series. Queyras has taught creative writing at Rutgers, Haverford and currently teaches at Concordia in Montreal where she lives with her partner and two babies.
As well as writing and teaching she curates both Writers Read and Synapse reading series and has hosted a range of writers as diverse as Lisa Robertson, Kenneth Goldsmith, Lydia Davis and Sheila Heti. She created and maintains the literary blog Lemon Hound which she began as a single voice blog and has, over the years, opened up to new voices as guest bloggers and editors. She published Unleashed, a selection of writing from the blog, in 2010. A list of blog posts for Poetry Foundation’s Harriet here.
Her work can be found online at the Poetry Foundation, and internationally in journals and online.
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