Deborah L. Kelly – Distinguished Poet Award 2016


Deborah lives in North Vancouver, B.C., and has been writing poetry for more than forty years. She has had her works published in numerous anthologies, books, and literary magazines in Canada, the USA and in India. She currently hosts and features at Poetic Justice, and Poetry in the Park in New Westminster, throughout the year. Deborah has also been a featured presenter at Poetry in the Park, Holy Wow Poets, Surrey Muse, World Poetry, Edge of the Page Poetry, and The Tagore Society.

She has also co-hosted once, and appeared on three occasions on World Poetry Co-Op Radio in Vancouver. Deborah’s debut poetry collection, Through My Eyes, was published in 2015 by Silver Bow Publishing. She also placed an impressive Fourth in the Rabindranath Tagore Awards, 2015, for her work, “Voices of Nature.” Deborah served as Director/Secretary with New Westminster’s Royal City Literary Arts Society, 2013/14.

She is currently working on two subsequent books to be launched in 2016. Her second book, Spirit’s Song, will be published by XpressPublications in association with the Rabindranath Tagore Society, India, 2016. She is also working on her third manuscript, Heartworks, to be published in early 2016 by Silver Bow Publishing.

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