Finding Home in the Promised Land is the fruit of Jane Harris's journey through the wilderness of social exile after a violent crime left her injured and tumbling down the social ladder toward...>>
POEM OF THE WEEK
by Sue MacLeod
“The year is 1936 and the Clarey family of Halifax, Nova Scotia, is by all accounts, a typical family. The father, Charles is the latest owner of the Clarey Paint and Glass, a......” >>
— James Fisher
“Leonard Neufeldt’s seventh book of poetry is a vast collection that weaves together different voices of history. These poems ruminate on how history impacts both our......” >>
— Krista Wiebe
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— Sue Bach
Book lovers rejoice! This space is just for you.
Head down to Rick's Cafe, where doors for knife | fork | book open October 6, 2016.
Every Thursday this month will feature a different author.
December 15, 2016 Jim Nason will be reading from his latest poetry collection, Touch Anywhere to Begin.
(Please note the date change from October 20, 2016 to December 15, 2016 for this event)
Winnipeg Jewish Theatre in partnership with The Winnipeg Jewish Foundation have invited Endre Farkas to the Asper Jewish Community Centre, where he will give a short reading, and presentation of Never, Again in honour of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.