News and readings
A Window Into Their Memory – Survivor Bookfair
Montreal Holocaust Museum (5151 Ch de la Cote-Sainte-Catherine)
Endre Farkas will be at the Montreal Holocaust Museum for the 5th annual Holocaust Survivor Book Fair.
No One Writes to the Colonel (460 College St.)
Catch Emily Izsak read from Whistle Stops at the Augur Magazine Launch party!
Louise Carson will be delivering a lecture on "Publishing in Quebec and Canada", as well as reading some of her poetry later in the afternoon.
Reading Event 10 — Writers of Fiction
Fairmont Chateau Whistler (4599 Chateau Blvd.)
Jim Nason (Spirit of a Hundred Thousand Dead Animals) and Joan B. Flood (Left Unsaid) join Jane Eaton Hamilton, Lenore Rowntree, and the fiction winner of the Whistler Independant Book Prize for the Writers of Fiction panel, moderated by Claudia Casper.
The Lit Live Reading Series
The Staircase (27 Dundurn St. N)
Join us and Emily Izsak for The Lit Live Reading Series, which happens on the first sunday of every month at The Staircase.
Sunday, August 6, 2017
Rob McLennan's Blog: 12 or 20 (second series) questions with Lise Gaston David W. McFadden once said that books come from books, but are there any other forms that influence your work, whether nature, music, science or visual art? "Cityscapes was heavily influenced not by any specific work of art, but by historical ways of seeing, particularly the picturesque movement, with its romanticization of ruin, its coloured glasses. My work is influenced by place in general, whether urban or “natural”—I’m particularly intrigued by how unclean those categories are." View Lise's full interview at: http://robmclennan.blogspot.ca/2017/08/12-or-20-second-series-questions-with_6.html
Tenille K. Campbell is the first guest for the new CBC radio podcast "New Fire" with Lisa Charleyboy. In this radio segment she answers interview questions while reading a few poems from her book.
(MP3 file, )
Tenille talks with UMFM's Jesse A. Thistle for At The Edge Of Canada: Indigenous Research.
Click the link to listen to the podcast!
(MP3 file, 29 minutes)
Saturday, July 22, 2017
#IndianLovePoems is #65 on CBC's list of The Great Canadian reading list: 150 books to read for Canada 150.
Read the full list at: http://www.cbc.ca/books/the-great-canadian-reading-list-150-books-to-read-for-canada-150-1.4212815
Thursday, June 1, 2017
The 2017 East Coast Literary Awards announce Jennifer Houle as winner of the J.M. Abraham Poetry Award for her debut collection, The Back Channels.
Highlights from past events
Join us at Bolen Books to celebrate the launch of Cityscapes in Mating Season by Lise Gaston!
Lexicon Books will be hosting three Nova Scotian authors in an evening of Fiction. C.S. Reardon will be debuting her new and novel The Spanish Boy.
Signature Editions wants to invite you to celebrate the publication of two new novels with Cora Siré and Endre Farkas. This joint book launch will be at The Central Bar in Toronto.
Cora Siré launches her new novel, Behold Things Beautiful. Endre Farkas launches his new novel, Never, Again.
There is no admission fee and this event will include a short reading from both authors.