Carolyn Smart’s collections of poetry have been Swimmers in Oblivion, Power Sources, Stoning the Moon, The Way to Come Home, and Hooked: seven poems. Her latest work, Careen, is a long poem spoken by the characters—a book of voices speaking out of the desperate Dirty Thirties. She is the founder of the RBC Bronwen Wallace Award for Emerging Writers, poetry editor for the MacLennan Series of McGill-Queen’s University Press and since 1989 has been Professor of Creative Writing at Queen’s University. She lives in the country north of Kingston, Ontario where she and her husband have raised three boys.

Events Carolyn Smart was involved in

  • Brick Books 40th Anniversary Celebration

    Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 7:30PM

    Join us in celebrating Brick Books’ 40th Anniversary with Barry Dempster, Naomi Guttman, Monty Reid, Nico Rogers, Sue Sinclair, Carolyn Smart and Dean Steadman.