The World Poetry Cafe radio show CFRO, 100.5 FM at 1:10 pm PST, December 5th welcomed the amazing Bernice Lever, well-known poet and member of the radio show from Canada once again to the show.
Also featured on the show were the well-known Peaceathon E-poets Mahmood Jan, Afghanistan, and Honey Novick Canada, Maki Starfield will be read next week. A lovely note of poetic thanks from Laura Tohe, Poet Laureate of the Navaho Nation, (https://www.lauratohe.com/)was received and read. Special filmmaker Tomisin Adepeju called in at 1:35 pm PST to talk about his film I am Joseph.
Hosts Ariadne Sawyer and Diego Bastinutti with super tech Victor Schwartzman.
Bernice Lever was honoured by The Ontario Poetry Society in May, 2019 in a book of poems from their 10 Life Members, entitled Tenfold.
Now living on Bowen Island, near West Vancouver, BC, Bernice is also a Life Member of National Canadian Authors Assoc., and since 2000, a Life Member of The League of Canadian Poets and active in the Federation of BC Writers, North Shore Writers Association, and more.
Although known for her 15 years of editing in Toronto for York University’s
“WAVES” , literary journal from 1972-1986, Bernice as read on 5 continents and been published internationally as she has 10 poetry books published – last 7 with Black Moss Press, Ontario – in many large anthologies, journals and newspapers. Her 11th poetry book, “Ingredients for Peace “ is due in 2020.
Bernice also has published some prose, mainly in “The Waiting Room” & edited, “Singing; anthology of Canadian women prisoners with Highway Book Shop as well as “In all directions”, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, CAA short story anthology and my own textbook “The Colour of Words”, Seneca College, Ontario.
Her focus has been for “Peace & Justice” poems for all People,& Living creatures worldwide &&& our natural environment: earth, air, and water!
Since the 1960’s, she has given talks and workshops to classes and individuals as Bernice enjoys helping beginning poets to be published.