© 2014 by Lisa Shatzky
Lisa Shatzky's poetry has been published in The Vancouver Review, Room Magazine, Quills Canadian Poetry Magazine, The Nashwaak Review,
Antigonish Review, The Dalhousie Review, Canadian Literature, Canadian Woman's Studies, The Prairie Journal, Jones Av., The New Quarterly, Monday's Poem, and six chapbooks
by Leaf Press (edited by Patrick Lane)
along with anthologies across Canada and the US. Her most recent poetry book Blame it on the Moon was published by Black Moss Press.
Her poetry book Do Not Call Me By My Name, also published by Black Moss Press, was shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Poetry Award. Shatzky has also had prose published in Living Artfully: Reflections from the Far West Coast (Key Publishing, 2012) as well as poetry in This Island We Celebrate, published by the Bowen Island Arts Council in 2013. Shatzky has two new collections of poetry to be published in 2015 called When the Butterflies Cry
and The Sound of the Bell Before It Rings. When not writing she works as a psychotherapist
on Bowen Island, BC, where she lives on a boat with her partner Don, her teenagers, and various animals.
"If I Could French Kiss You" was published in Quills Canadian Poetry Magazine, the erotica edition.