About

I would like to gratefully acknowledge the financial support from the Ontario Arts Council for my project, “Toils of Humanity” 2013-2014oac.jpg

 

 

 

A place for me to post about my adventures in writing and in art. My first love is writing and my second is art. In March 2014 I received a Writer’s Reserve Grant from the Ontario Arts Council. In January 2013 I received a grant for Photography from the Ontario Arts Council.

I have over 150 publications including Poetry, Short Stories, Articles/Interviews and Photography. 

My publications include: In/Words, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Byline Magazine, The Mindful Word,  Curious: The Tourist Guide, Woman’s World, Riverview Park Review, Mainstreeter, PEN, Canadian Newcomer Magazine,  Verse Afire, Y Travel Blog, Mojito Mother, Short-Story Me, Baby Post, CultivateTO, The Charlatan and Prairie Journal.

I have 3 chapbooks of poetry out: Odds & Ends (Nov. 2014) Clean Up In Aisle 4 (May 2014) and Pussyfoot (May 2013).

Awards/Contests

1st place-CAA-NCR Poetry Contest, May 2014

Runner up-Aborealis Poetry Contest, Aug. 2014

3rd place-Creative Arts Contest, Oct. 2014 (Poetry)

Thanks for stopping by! You can reach me via email: catina.noble@yahoo.ca

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3 Responses to About

  1. Shery Alexander Heinis says:

    Wow, this is impressive Catina! I started my poetry journey about a year ago and self-published my very first chapbook (thank you for purchasing it!) about a month ago. I haven’t been featured in any publications yet. Good for you!

  2. Catina Noble says:

    It takes time and persistence but YOU definitely have what it takes, your words are powerful! Joining TOPS is definitely a good way to get your work out in print as well. I am sure we will be in touch again, keep writing 🙂

  3. d78hill says:

    Shery and Catina: It was great meeting you both in person. To Catina: Yes, an impressive website. Sheryl: Keep writing. There are so many publications seeking work. I’m sure it won’t take you long for you to find a home for your work. Yes, The Ontario Poetry Society (TOPS) can help. 🙂

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