Tara Kainer

Book-NSTaraKainer-BioPicTara Kainer grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee and Regina, Saskatchewan. She attended the University of Regina and Queen’s University, Kingston and has been a long-time advocate for rights and services for the poor. She has published poetry in literary journals, including Ash, ed. Wayne Spears, and the Queen’s Feminist Review; in anthologies: Kingston Poets’ Gallery, Elizabeth Greene, ed. (Artful Codger Press, 2006); ‘Scapes, Diane Dawber, ed. (Hidden Brook Press, 2007), and Common Magic: The Book of the New, Danielle Gugler and Elizabeth Greene, eds. (Artful Codger Press, 2009). As a member of Foxglove Collective, she co-edited On the Threshold: Writing Toward the Year 2000 (Beach Holme, 1999). She has also published essays, articles, interviews and book reviews in several newspapers, journals, and magazines, including ARC, NOISE, Quarry, and the Kingston Whig-Standard. Currently, she is employed by the Justice, Peace, & Integrity of Creation Office of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul in Kingston, Ontario.

Tara Kainer attended the University of Regina and Queen’s University, Kingston. She has published poetry in literary journals, including Ash, ed. Wayne Spears, and the Queen’s Feminist Review; in anthologies: Kingston Poets’ Gallery, Elizabeth Greene, ed. (Artful Codger Press, 2006); ‘Scapes, Diane Dawber, ed. (Hidden Brook Press, 2007), and Common Magic: The Book of the New, Danielle Gugler and Elizabeth Greene, eds. (Artful Codger Press, 2009).

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Tara Kainer

Tara Kainer