Tracy Hamon Launches Interruptions in Glass published by Coteau!
Tracy Hamon was born in Regina, SK and grew up traveling between Regina and her parents’ farm near Edenwold, Saskatchewan. She holds a BA Hon and is finishing a MA in English with a creative option at the U of R in the fall of 2009. She is a mother, works part time as a barber/stylist, and is the Program Officer for the Saskatchewan Writers Guild.
Most recently, she started a reading series in Regina called the Vertigo Reading Series. Her poetry has appeared in numerous Canadian literary magazines including Grain, Wascana Review, A Room of One’s Own, sub-TERRAIN, and Event as well as numerous anthologies. Recently her manuscript of poetry on Egon Schiele was short- listed for the 2007 CBC Literary Awards.
Her first book of poetry This Is Not Eden was released in April 2005 and was a finalist for two Saskatchewan Book Awards. Portions of her recent collection won the City of Regina Award in 2005. She currently lives in Regina, Saskatchewan.