about diana

Diana Hope Tegenkamp is a Métis writer who lives and creates on Treaty 6 Territory, Homeland of the Métis.

Diana’s writing has appeared in CV2, Grain, Matrix, Queen Street Quarterly Review, Moosehead Anthology, Slingshot and Tessera.

 

Diana's first poetry book, Girl running, completed with Canada Council for the Arts and Saskatchewan Arts Board grants, will be published in Fall 2021 by Thistledown Press. 

 

"Birthmark" and "Motherfield," two poems from Girl running, were longlisted for the 2020 CBC Poetry Prize.

Diana's poem, "My father as rhythm in lake water," received second prize in the Banff Centre Bliss Carman Poetry Prize, and is out in the current, summer issue of Prairie Fire magazine.

 

Many Good Places: Rediscovering the Métis and Settler Place-Worlds of My Parents, Diana's second, in-process poetry manuscript, is supported by a Marian Hebb Research Grant.

 

UNMUTE: Warmups for Body Vocality, a video performance piece, showed as part of SLANT's 2021 Writing Bodies event.

 

all the words I couldn't say, a film poem, based on a poem by Nicole Brossard, was an Official Selection in the Berlin International Art Film Festival and the Toronto International Women's Festival monthly editions and the Montreal Independent Film Festival seasonal edition. 

Instead of pronouns, use my name: Diana/Diana's

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