Stacy Gardner

Stacy Gardner is a member of the Writers Guild of Canada and Playwrights Guild of Canada, recipient of Columbia’s Scholastic Press Association Award in NYC for non-fiction, and a Toronto Arts Council Grant for Playwriting to support her staged production of Worms for Sale at Toronto’s longest running feminist theatre: Alumnae Theatre. Stacy has published poems with Room, Black Moss Press, and Discord & Din; essays for WANL’sWORD, and creative non-fiction for Gailey Road. Stacy’s play, After the Sirens, premiered at the St. John’s Short Play Festival in September 2018, and she is currently producing and curating a youth-engaged play for the same festival in September 2019; and slowly but surely working on a full-length play Not My Circus, Not My Monkey – an exploration into trauma and attachment of children in foster care. A background in social work and journalism, Stacy’s life and work has always revolved around ‘story’ she currently holds the position of Local Immigration Partnership Coordinator in St. John’s, NL, where she lives with her young son, and facilitates creating writing workshops in her house.  http://www.stacygardner.ca/

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