Sheryl Loeffler is a Canadian writer and musician.
Her poetry and creative nonfiction have been published in literary magazines and anthologies in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Austria, and Japan.
In April 2005, she moved to Malta, at the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, returning to Canada in May 2006.
In May 2014, A Land in the Storytelling Sea, her book of poems, prose poems, and photographs born in and about Malta, was published by FARAXA Publishing, Rabat, Malta.
In 2015, she was elected to membership in the League of Canadian Poets.
For two months in 2017, she was resident at The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, USA.
In 2019, she was nominated for a 2020 Pushcart Prize.
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Speaking engagements in Waterloo Region, Fall 2014?
Membership of the North Waterloo Region Branch, Architectural Conservancy Ontario.
University of Waterloo, 519-888-4567, x33448
Yes, Brian. I’m reading on 28 September, 4 – 5.30 p.m., at Gallery on the Grand, Kitchener; 5 October, 11.30 a.m. – noon, at Christ Lutheran Church, Waterloo; and 15 October, 12.15 – 1.45 p.m., at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Kitchener.
Hello, I’m a friend of James Brown from Greenock, Scotland. He comes to St. John’s to preach in summer.
I worked with James as Director of Music at Christ, Waterloo, from 2006 until his retirement in 2015.
Hello, Sheryl! I have purchased your book “A Land in the Storytelling Sea” to take with me to Malta to give as a gift to friends who were married in Malta and now are returning to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. I think it would be even more special if it were inscribed. Is there any chance that you would be able to sign it for them? Keeping my fingers crossed!
I’d be happy to inscribe it, Kim. I’ll be in contact this later morning.
Years ago, anniversary of Bach’s birthday actually, I took music lessons from you at the Presbyterian Church in Cambridge, ON. I’ve forgotten the now the name of the Church. It was a lovely old four manual.
I have come a long way musically since then, and at the tender age of 46 got my first post as organist.
I saw your name on a CBC production once upon a time.
I’m glad I remembered you name.
Very happy to hear from you, Ken! I’ll be in touch.