Sarah de Leeuw is a human geographer, award-winning poet and creative non-fiction writer. De Leeuw grew up on Vancouver Island and Haida Gwaii, then lived in Terrace, BC. She has worked as a tugboat driver, women’s centre coordinator, logging camp cook, and as a journalist and correspondent for Connections Magazine and CBC Radio’s BC Almanac. She is currently an Associate Professor with the Northern Medical Program at UNBC, the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia, and divides her time between Prince George and Kelowna.

Events Sarah de Leeuw was involved in

  • In Conversation with Sarah de Leeuw

    Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 7:30 PM

    Join Sarah de Leeuw and Ariel Smith for an in-depth conversation about Where It Hurts, a book that shines the spotlight on lost geographies and lost people.