Kelley Jo Burke is an award-winning (most recently the City of Regina Writing award for “Ducks on the Moon” and the Saskatoon and Area Theatre Award for Excellence in Playwriting for “The Selkie Wife”) playwright and poet, a director, storyteller, documentarian, and broadcaster for CBC Radio.
She dramaturges, directs and produces for stage and radio and is the host/producer of CBC Saskatchewan’s radio arts performance hour SoundXchange. She has also written and produced a number of documentaries for CBC Radio’s Ideas.
Her published plays include Ducks on the Moon: A Parent Meets Autism, The Selkie Wife, Jane's Thumb, and Charming and Rose: True Love, and her poetry and essays have appeared in Grain, CVII, The Fiddlehead, and in a number of anthologies.
Kelley Jo Burke was the 2009 recipient of the Saskatchewan Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for Leadership in the Arts.
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