Angeline Schellenberg is a poet, copy editor, journalist, and disabilities activist. She’s interviewed everyone from murderers to Christian Elvis impersonators, and taught college students essay writing and the Apocalypse. When she isn’t writing poetry, she writes and edits for a national Mennonite magazine.
Angeline apprenticed under Don McKay at the 2013 Sage Hill Poetry Colloquium and with Meira Cook in the 2012 Manitoba Writers’ Guild mentorship program. She holds an MA in biblical studies from Providence Theological Seminary.
Her poems have appeared in Prairie Fire, Rhubarb, CV2, Geez, the Society, the MB Herald, Rejoice! and The Beautiful Women Anthology, and are forthcoming in The New Quarterly and Wordgathering. Her nonfiction pieces have earned three Canadian Church Press awards.
Angeline received a Manitoba Arts Council grant to write her first poetry collection about mothering children with autism. She is also working on a chapbook about her Mennonite grandparents.
Angeline lives in Winnipeg with her photographer/husband Anthony, a teenaged aeronautic engineer, a preteen zoologist, a dog, and a rabbit. She blogs at new-ange.blogspot.com and angelineschellenberg.wordpress.com.Services: Public readings,
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