Saturday 29 April 2017: Authors for Indies at the People’s Co-op Bookstore, Vancouver. 2 to 4pm.
Fall 2017: Single Onion Reading Series, Calgary, Alberta.
January 26, 2018: Planet Earth Poetry, Victoria, BC.
March 18th – 19th, 2016: WordsThaw 2016 & Words on Ice, Victoria, BC
–Friday 18th March, 7:30: Words on Ice: An Evening of Readings featuring Jordan Abel, M.A.C. Farrant, Stella Harvey, Jeremy Loveday, Elizabeth May, Molly Peacock,Laura Trunkey, Kim Trainor, and J.D. Zapf; hosted by Yvonne Blomer and John Barton
–Saturday 19th March, 1:30 to 3:30: “The Investigative Poet: Observer, Researcher, Analyst”: panel discussion with Kim Trainor, Arleen Paré, and Kyeren Regehr; moderator Anita Lahey
March 20th, 2016, 2pm: Poetry New West, featured poet
–at Original’s Mexican Restaurant, New West skytrain station
Friday, 12th February 2016: Flywheel Reading Series, Pages on Kensington, Calgary.
–Rael Xavier Bischoff, Nikki Sheppy, Kim Trainor
Wednesday, 10th February 2016: Pivot Readings, Toronto
–readings with Madhur Anand, Trevor Cole, Lana Pesch, & Kim Trainor
Tuesday, February 9th 2016: Reading followed by discussion with Maureen Hynes at 19 Biggar Avenue (Oakwood & St. Clair West), Toronto; 7:30 pm
Wednesday, 18th November 2015 at 6:30pm: launch of Karyotype
—at the Cottage Bistro: 4468 Main Street (at 27th ave)
Tuesday, 6th October, 2015 at 5pm: Prince George, Books and Company–Cafe Voltaire
–Poetry Reading with Jane Munro and Kim Trainor
Saturday, 3rd October, 2015: Dawson Creek, Diamond Willow Retreat, 6pm
Saturday, 3rd October: Fort St. John Public Library, 2:30pm
Sunday, 27th September 2015: Word Vancouver festival, 12pm on the Poetry Bus.
–“A Hint of History” with Kim Trainor, Philip Resnick, Sandy Shreve, and Daphne Marlatt
Friday, 14th May 2015: Planet Earth Poetry Series: Best Canadian Poetry in English 2014.
–Victoria, 7:30pm: readings from west coast poets appearing in Best Canadian Poetry in English 2014.
Sunday 29th March 2015: Best Canadian Poetry Seminar 2015: ‘The Investigative Poet’ with Anita Lahey.
–Toronto, via Skype: panel discussion with Rob Winger and Anita Lahey