“Catch,” sound work and text based on Peter VonTiessenhausen’s sculpture “Vessel/Enclosure” in A distinct aggregation / A dynamic equivalent / A generous ethic of invention: Six writers respond to six sculptures Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alberta (2019). A project by Aislinn Thomas with Anna Bowen, Angela Marie Schenstead, Crystal Mowry, Laura Burke, Catherine Frazee, Nicole Kelly Westman, and Shannon Finnegan. August 8, 2019 – September 27, 2020

Sensory translation for Aislinn Thomas, three windows described by three voices […] (2018) and a convex minutely puckered surface could be called a vertical sea (2019)

Bowen, Anna “How to love a landfill” Taproot Magazine, 2017.

Bowen, Anna, Karen Houle, Christina Kingsbury, Re:Mediate — a catalog to accompany the arts installation.  Publication Studio Guelph 2016.

Bowen, Anna.  “Collection” and “Rereading the palimpsest” Rhapsody Anthology Vocamus Press, Guelph (2015).

Bowen, Anna.  “Pins and needles” The birds, the bees and the world. This Magazine (December 2014).

Bowen, Anna. “We know the wildness” The birds, the bees and the world. This Magazine (December 2014).

Bowen, Anna “Handwashing” Geez Magazine (Summer 2013).


 The Millwright: Musings from the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival. September 2016 – Special Edition “Wrap Up”

The Millwright. September 2016 – Special Edition “Last Minute”

Bowen, Anna. “Author Profile: Liz Howard on Infinite Citizen of the Shaking Tent” The Millwright. September 2016

Bowen, Anna. “Q&A with Lisa Moore on her YA novel, Flannery” The Millwright. September 2016.  Listen to the podcast

Bowen, Anna. “Q&A with Alissa York on The Naturalist” The Millwright. August 2016 Listen to the podcast

Bowen, Anna. “Author Profile: Jael Richardson on The Stone Thrower”  The Millwright, August 2016.

Bowen, Anna “Q&A with Cordelia Strube on On the Shores of Darkness There is Light” The Millwright. July 2016 Listen to the podcast.

Bowen, Anna “Author Profile: Leon Rooke” The Millwright.  July 2016.

Bowen, Anna “Q&A with Nicholas Ruddock” The Millwright. June 2016

Bowen, Anna “Mill Musings: A longstanding partnership: Guelph-Humber MFA Creative writing students at EMWF” The Millwright. June 2016.

Bowen, Anna “Q&A with 2016 EMWF Artistic Director, Susan Ratcliffe” The Millwright.  May 2016

“Cop Out:How Ontario’s failed police accountability system lets our authorities get away with systemic abuse of society’s most vulnerable populations” This Magazine March 2014.

“Spinning Straw into Gold -How Nicole Rycroft launched Canopy and turned around the behemoth that is the printing industry.” Alternatives Journal.  April 2012.

“What Women Want – A woman’s perspective on cycling.” Momentum Magazine, September 2011.

—. “Hér á ég heima:  Here is My Home.”  Alternatives Journal (Summer 2011) Waterloo.

—. “Junia House” Geez24 (Spring 2011)  Winnipeg.

—.”Oh Baby, It’s Cold” Spacing (Winter 2011) Toronto.

—. “On Luddites,” Geez (Winter 2010). Winnipeg.

—. “Dream Job?  Oh, Somethin’ To Do.” Geez 17 (Spring 2010): 48-49.  Winnipeg.

—. “When I cared for the Christ child: Candid comments from ‘mom’ and ‘dad.’” Geez 16 (Winter 2009):  74-75. Winnipeg.

— “Where are all of Canada’s stimulus dollars going to?” THIS Magazine. (July/August 2009) Toronto.

—“The privileged Westerner’s guide to talking about the rest of the world” THIS Magazine. (May/June 2009) Toronto.

— “Airports: the new town square?” Spacing Magazine.  (March/April 2009) Toronto.

— “Culturelink and the Bike Union;” “Sketching self-propelled transportation;” “World19 and Annette Street” Dandyhorse Magazine.  (December 2008) Toronto.

— “REI/Bicycle Friendly Communities grant greases the chain of Chicago’s Sunday Parkways Events” Momentum Magazine (November 2008) Vancouver.

— Interviews with Seven Activists.  Geez 12 (Winter 2008): 19-20, 22.  Winnipeg.

— “Finding the middle ground between burning out and selling out.” Geez 12 (Fall 2007):  72-73. Winnipeg.

— “The Golden Thread of Curbside Cycle,” Momentum (Summer 2007) Vancouver.

— “Fine art and pooh-poohing designer capitalism:  an interview with Neil Harrison”  (Spring 2008) 22-23.  Winnipeg.

— “Privilege gets dirty as wannabe farmers go rural,” Geez 8 (Summer 2007) 78.  Winnipeg.

— “In the wake of Katrina, what lesson, inspiration or insight can we take from New Orleans?” Geez 7 (Fall 2007): 48.  Winnipeg.

— “Niki Nen, Our Home” Geez 6 (Summer 2007): 56-58.  Winnipeg.

—“An evangelical body, broken for you… into six convenient types” Geez 4 (Winter 2006): 14-17.  Winnipeg.

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