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|April 9, 2020
|Adrienne Drobnies’ first book of poetry, Salt and Ashes, was released in 2019 by Signature Editions. A graduate of the SFU Writer’s Studio, her poetry has appeared in literary magazines in Canada, the US and UK. She has a doctorate in chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley. Salt and Ashes won the Fred Kerner Award in 2020 and was also longlisted for the Fred Cogswell Award. Her long poem “Randonnées” won the 2017 Gwendolyn MacEwen Award for Best Suite of Poems by an Emerging Poet and was a finalist for the CBC literary award for poetry.
|Salt and Ashes (poetry) , Signature Editions, 2019
|Writers’ Union of Canada, League of Canadian Poets, BC Federation of Writers
|Fred Kerner Award for Salt and Ashes and Gwendolyn MacEwen Award for "Randonnées"
|Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements