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Jenny Sampirisi was born on 16 April, 1981 in Toronto, Canada. At 39 years old, Jenny Sampirisi height not available right now. We will update Jenny Sampirisi's height soon as possible.

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Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 16 April 1981
Birthday 16 April
Birthplace Toronto, Canada
Nationality Canadian

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Sampirisi teaches English Literature, Creative Writing and Composition at Ryerson University. There, she works in the Spanning the Gaps: Bridges to Ryerson program, and the Ryerson University Now (RUN) program. These programs were developed based on the belief that education can break cycles of inter-generational poverty and social exclusion, and admit students who would not otherwise have the opportunity to attend university. In 2011 she was nominated for the Dean's Teaching Award for her work in these programs.

In 2011 Sampirisi was awarded the KM Hunter Artist Award for Literature. The annual award is given to Ontario residents who have completed their training, begun to produce a body of work and are starting to make a significant mark in their field.


Sampirisi graduated with an MA in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Windsor in 2006 where she studied with poets Susan Holbrook, Di Brandt, Margaret Christakos and Marty Gervais. She collaborated with Margaret Christakos and Rachel Zolf for a polyvocal, multimedia staging of Christakos' polyvocal performance of Orphans Fan the Flames and Zolf's Masque. In 2007 she founded the visual poetry website OtherCl/utter, a place to play with language and image.


Sampirisi is the former Managing Editor of BookThug, where she also edited the Department of Narrative Studies imprint, focusing on innovative prose. She is co-founder and co-director of the Toronto New School of Writing, a series of reading and writing workshops designed and facilitated by working writers. The school has featured workshops and performances by Phil Hall, Alice Notley, Anne Waldman and Anslem Berrigan among others. Previously she was the Associate Director of the Scream Literary Festival, a festival of experimental poetry that was held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada from 1993 until 2011.