Shelagh's extended conversation with Janet Marie Rogers

Janet Marie Rogers is a very busy woman. She hosts two radio programs in British Columbia, one of them on CFUV in Victoria called Native Waves Radio.  She writes and performs poetry.  She's a drum maker and a teacher. And she's midway through her term as Victoria's poet laureate....
Janet Marie Rogers is a very busy woman. She hosts two radio programs in British Columbia, one of them on CFUV in Victoria called Native Waves Radio.  She writes and performs poetry.  She's a drum maker and a teacher. And she's midway through her term as Victoria's poet laureate.
Janet is Mohawk/ Tuscarora from Six Nations territory in Ontario.  Fellow poet Daniel David Moses describes Janet as a spiritual descendant of the Mohawk poet Pauline Johnson. Janet's most recent collection of poems is called Unearthed.

We hope you enjoy this extended version of Shelagh's conversation with Janet Marie Rogers.

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