Christine Leclerc lives in Vancouver / Coast Salish Territories. She is an editor of The Enpipe Line: 70,000+ km of poetry written in resistance to the Northern Gateway pipeline proposal (Creekstone Press, 2012). Her chapbook, Oilywood (Nomados Editions, 2014), drawing on research conducted on the beaches of Burrard Inlet and Kinder Morgan’s tar sands pipeline won the 2014 bpNichol Chapbook Award. Leclerc served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia, developing the university’s first course in writing for new media. She was a writer in residence with Antioch College’s Global Seminar of Energy and a collaborator on Stephen Collis’ living utopian novel, The Architecture.
Open Text: Vol. 2 (2009)