Clear-eyed, musical, deeply-considered and deeply-felt, Radio Weather contends with the inhospitable. Bringing both child and adult perspectives to bear, it calls to account both the living and the dead. Brilliantly-crafted and wise, occupying a provisional space that is both wary and compassionate, somewhere ‘between what we didn’t want and what we could afford,’ these are poems of great psychological tension, poems for grown ups.

Patrick Warner 


Poem "Letters From Vietnam" can be read on the Atlantic Canadian Poets Archive. 

Creative Non-Fiction "Saturday Family Picnics" was published by Room Magazine and reprinted on their website. 

Poem "Siege" longlisted for the Montreal International Poetry Prize and published in their Global Poetry Anthology. 

Poem "The Poet's Devil" published in The Irish Examiner. 

Read a review of Homing Instinct on The Fiddlehead blog here.

Barbara Carter interviews Shoshanna Wingate for The New Quarterly issue 112. The full text can be read here as a pdf. Reprinted with permission of The New Quarterly. 

The poem "New Year’s Day" appears on the Vehicule blog here.

Poem "The Murderer" was made into a short film by Carlito Ghioni. Starring Elena Belyia. Music by Francois Jolin. You can watch it here