Posts By: Wanda Waterman

Wanda Waterman

Wanda Waterman is a poet, spoken word artist, blogger, cultural journalist, and digital nomad. She’s been writing regularly for The Voice Magazine since 2004, not long after she began studying psychology at Athabasca. Her poetry has been published in Descant, The Talking Leaves, Chizine, Our Times, The Best of Tigertail, and Pottersfield Portfolio and her articles in Design is Political, Rawckus Magazine, Coastal Life, The New Internationalist, This Magazine, and in her blog, The Mindful Bard. She grew up in Nova Scotia, but after having lived in New Hampshire and North Africa she’s now settled in Montreal.

In Conversation—with The Brilliance

The Brilliance is hard to pigeonhole.  Their music is a unique mix of classical and pop, so you might call it prog rock with no hubris, or classical music without pedantry.  The highly original sounds created by the duo John Arndt and David Gungor, close friends who haven’t lived in the same city since The… Read more »

In Conversation—With Summer Dennis & Rhymes

Summer Dennis & Rhymes is the name of the duo made up of singer Summer Dennis and musician Bill Moore.  The two write their songs together, and Moore’s lush, multi-genre tracks are the perfect accompaniment to Dennis’s rich expressions of affairs of the heart.  The classically trained Summer Dennis is a beautiful, curvaceous young woman… Read more »