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Aubrianna Snow is a feminist writer and educator of mixed Mi’kmaw and settler descent living as a guest in Treaty 6 Territory (Edmonton). She has been published in Ghost Girls Zine, Chatelaine, and Muskrat Magazine. Snow’s background in journalism informs her work on issues related to gender-based violence; her writing explores themes of healing from interpersonal and systemic violence as well as relation to the land. Snow is currently working on two manuscripts — a work of literary fiction titled Waterborn as well as a collection of poetry. 

Program History

2024 Rising Star

Rising Stars

Selected by

Monique Gray Smith


“Aubrianna Snow’s gift for sharing stories is like a full moon, helping to heal and shine light on a path forward. Her dynamic weaving of words, thoughts, and feelings provides welcoming entry points for readers from various lived experiences, with different ways of knowing the world. Unique and vibrant, Snow’s voice is an important addition to the Canadian literary chorus and I am honoured to be working with her.”