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
“Janice Arnold The Canadian Jewish News December 2016 "Novel exposes Hungarian revolution's dark side" The 1956 revolution in Hungary is commonly viewed in the West as a......” >>
— Janice Arnold
The Canadian Jewish News
“In these difficult, divisive, often overwhelming times, all of us crave a clear, quiet space, where, as Louise Carson’s title poem would have it, … the old can sit, the......” >>
— Brian Campbell
“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
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.
As part of World Poetry Day, Tuesday, March 21, 2017, at 7 p.m., Louise Carson will speak at the Dollard-des-Ormeaux Public Library, about her writing process, why she continues to write, and her publication path.
Her poetry collection, A Clearing can be purchased at the event!