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Rachel McCrum

Rachel McCrum is a poet, performer and workshop facilitator. Originally from Northern Ireland, she lived in Edinburgh, Scotland between 2010 and 2016. She was the first BBC Scotland Poet-in-Residence, and Broad of cult spoken word cabaret Rally & Broad. She has taught and performed in Greece, South Africa, Haiti, and Canada, and toured her first book 'The First Blast To Awaken Women Degenerate' (Freight Books) across Ireland, Scotland and England in 2017. She was the co-founder of Stewed Rhubarb Press (Callum MacDonald Award 2012). She is now delighted to call Montreal home, where she is co-Director of Mile End Poets' Festival (with Ian Ferrier), curator of the Atwater Poetry Project and the occasional bilingual series Les Cabarets B√Ętards.

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