Katharine Beeman

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Katharine Beeman is a Montreal-based poet, translator and activist born in Michigan.[1] She is also a computer operator, an active member of the Confederation of National Trade Unions. [2], and a Canada Cuba Literary Alliance Ambassador.[3]

She participated in Dial-A-Poem Montreal 1985-1987.



  • Direct and Devious Ways. Montreal, QC: The Muses’ Company, 1993.
  • Swamp and Forest Inlander Meets that Sea. Montreal QC, Kasus Books, 2009/Alguien de tierra adentro, del pantano y delbosque, conoce el mar. La Habana: Colección Sur, 2016.
  • Cuban secrets, Secretos cubanos. Ontario: Sand Crab Books, 2011.
  • As in homages, Como en homenajes. Montreal, QC: Kasus Books, 2014.[4]


  1. "Interview with Montreal Poet Katharine Beeman". 2012-10-31.
  2. "QWF Literary Database of Quebec English-language Authors : Authors: View".
  3. "The Canada Cuba Literary Alliance - List of CCLA Ambassadors".
  4. "Welcome to Baracoa, Cuba: A Review of Amanda Hale's Angela of the Stones".

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