Declared the “people’s poet”, Keith Inman has been writing since his twenties and has become an award-winning poet. Prizes he has won include those from Cranberry Tree (2007), The Bannister (2004), and Freefall (2004). His poetry has been featured in various literary publications such as Thistledown, Event, New Quarterly, CV2, PRECIPICe and robmclennansblogspot. Beyond writing, Inman has been involved in other literary pursuits like judging literary contests and editing. He has received ‘Reserve’ and ‘Progress’ grant-badges from the OAC, and one from Sigillate Press, for being one of three poets in the book ‘Hanging on a Nail,’(2009). Inman is a member of the Canadian Authors Association, the League of Canadian Poets and the Ontario Poets Society. His newest book of poetry SEAsia was released by Black Moss Press in October 2017.
November 14th from 12:30p.m. – 4p.m. – Mahtay Cafe 241 St. Paul St., in St. Catharines (sponsored by The Ontario Poetry Society)
November 30th at 6:30p.m. – Thorold Public Library with Niagara Poets Mori McCrae and Tom Wood
December 10th from 2p.m. – 4p.m – Mahtay Cafe for ‘Canadian Authors in Action,’
April 4th at 7p.m. for Niagara Reads
April 28th -Welland Public Library during regular library hours