Elisha May Rubacha lives, writes, and gardens in Peterborough, ON. She is the editor and designer of bird, buried press and the co-curator of the Show and Tell Poetry Series. She was shortlisted for the PRISM International Creative Non-fiction Contest in 2016, and her work has been published by Puddles of Sky Press, Bywords, The Steel Chisel, and Skirt Quarterly.
Upcoming projects from Rubacha include a collection of poems about Roberta Bondar, space, rural life, and the brain; and a script currently in development under the mentorship of Kate Story through Public Energy’s Alternating Currents Program.
Work available online:
- Poetry: Bywords, The Steel Chisel, SoundCloud
- Travel writing: three cities
- Zines: The Linen Thread
- Academic writing: Academia.edu