Erin Robinsong is a poet and interdisciplinary artist working with ecological imagination. Her debut collection of poetry, Rag Cosmology
, won the 2017 A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry, and was described in the Globe & Mail as “an intimacy of ecological identities as wild, sensual and rhythmic as the cosmos,” by Canisia Lubrin. Liquidity,
a new chapbook, is forthcoming with House House Press in spring 2020. Collaborative performance work with Kathleen Brown, Andréa de Keijzer and Hanna Sybille Müller has been presented at the Conference on Ecopoetics (USA), The Festival of Ideas (UK), Fierce Festival (UK), Tangente Danse (CA), and many others. Erin begins a PhD at Concordia in the fall, doing research-creation on emergent ecological thought in poetry. Originally from Cortes Island, Erin lives in Montréal.