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Artist, writer and advocate Storma Sire featured in poetry anthology

Storma Sire has written and illustrated children's literature, and she teaches creative writing and art in Vancouver. She also suffers from sickle cell anemia and is a co-founder of the Sickle Cell Association of BC.
Storma is one of the poets in the just-released anthology, The Great Black North, featuring Contemporary African Canadian Poets. She is our guest on Saturday just after 8:30 a.m.


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