Maureen St.Clair

BIOGRAPHY
Maureen is an artist, peace educator, community facilitator, conflict resolution trainer, activist, writer and life-long learner.Maureen is deeply passionate about connections, entanglements, intersections, unravelling and weaving of relationships and the power of deep receptive compassionate listening in transforming interpersonal and community based conflict. As a collaborator, Maureen co-creates courageous inclusive spaces enabling people collectively to do the work of self and community building and healing with a social justice and trauma informed lens. Maureen’s novel, Big Island, Small was published by Fernwood Publishing in 2018 and won the Nova Scotia Atlantic Writers Award and the Beacon Award for Social Justice Literature.

PUBLICATIONS

A Novel: Big Island, Small

https://fernwoodpublishing.ca/book/big-island-small

 

Seeds of Radical Education at the Coady Institute: Collection of Personal Essays

https://www.pdltd.net/publications

 

AWARDS

Winner of the 2016 Beacon Award for Social Justice Literature

and winner of the 2015 Atlantic Writer’s Competition


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