Kim Trainor began writing poetry in the spring of 2009. Over the years she has worked at a campus radio station, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, a biomedical library, and is currently a sessional lecturer at UBC. Her poetry has won the Gustafson Prize and the Malahat Review Long Poem Prize, and has appeared in the 2013 Global Poetry Anthology and The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2014. She lives in Vancouver. Karyotype is her first poetry collection.
Interviews & Articles
In Conversation with Kim Trainor
Interview by Doyali Islam, January 10, 2017
BookThugs Recommend: Summer 2016 Reads, The Authors’ Edition
July 15, 2016
Interview with Kim Trainor about her poetry collection Karyotype
Hosted by Nancy Bullis at HOWL at CIUT 89.5 FM, June 12, 2016
On Vigilance and Lyric Adequacy: Sara Cassidy in Conversation with Kim Trainor
March 4, 2016
Kim Trainor interview by Maureen Hynes
February 9, 2016
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