Trisha Cull is an essayist and poet from Cranbrook, British Columbia. UBC MFA in Creative Writing 2005. Published in various Canadian literary journals such as Geist, Descant, Prairie Fire, Room, Lichen, Prism International, Event, Dalhousie Review, and the anthology British Columbia, Land, Memory and Place, – Anvil Press.
The Prism International Rogers Communication Prize for Literary Non-fiction, the Prairie Fire Bliss Carman Award for Poetry, the Lichen Magazine Poetry Prize, and the Earl Birney Scholarship in Creative Writing.
More recently, I was short-listed for the Prism International Rogers Communication Prize for Literary Non-fiction (2012) and the Event Non-fiction contest (2012). I have also in the past been shortlisted for the Canadian Creative Non-Fiction Collective’s Reader’s Choice Award.