Posts Tagged: Reading

Book Launch! Air Salt by Ian Kinney

Join us at Shelf Life Books to launch Ian Kinney’s fantastic new book of poetry, Air Salt in a gala afternoon reading. Featuring Ian Kinney with Colin Martin, Natalie Simpson, Suzette Mayer, and Paul Zits and hosted by Helen Hajnoczky, this will be a gala afternoon and a poetic celebration not to be missed One

Stonehouse Publishing introduces its Fall line

Join us and Stonehouse Publishing as they feature three Fall 2019 authors: Erin Emily Vance, Maria Meindl and Doug Morrison. Refreshments. All are welcome!

Vistas of the West Reading and Signing

Vistas of the West: Poems and Visuals of Nature

Vistas of the West Reading and Signing

Vistas of the West: Poems and Visuals of Nature

Vistas of the West Reading and Signing

Vistas of the West: Poems and Visuals of Nature

Vistas of the West Book Launch and Readings

Vistas of the West: Poems and Visuals of Nature Book Pre-launch Rollout – Readings and Signings

Niall Howell & New Level Book & Beer Event

Raise a CLOWN ALLEY PORTER and crack open Niall Howell’s ONLY PRETTY DAMNED, a pairing made in circus-noir heaven! Reading and book signing and beer drinking! About Clown Alley Porter: It’s cool to drink hazy IPAs and golden coloured blondes, but sometimes you need to let your darker side out. Just a little bit. That’s

Fiddlehead 2020: A Special Anniversary Event

Please join The Fiddlehead: Atlantic Canada’s International Literary Journal at a special anniversary event as we celebrate our upcoming 75th anniversary! We’ll have readings from Jordan Abel, Claire Kelly, Sharon McCartney, and Joelle Tymchuk. Interpretive services will be provided by Deaf & Hear Alberta.

NeWest Triple Header!

Join three NeWest Press authors as they celebrate their latest novels at Shelf Life Books on June 25th, 7 pm! About Heidi L.M. Jacobs’ MOLLY OF THE MALL: LITERARY LASS AND PURVEYOR OF FINE FOOTWEAR Aspiring novelist Molly MacGregor’s life is strikingly different from a literary heroine’s. Named for one of literature’s least romantic protagonists,

Naomi K Lewis “Tiny Lights for Travellers” Book Launch

Why couldn’t I occupy the world as those model-looking women did, with their flowing hair, pulling their tiny bright suitcases as if to say, I just arrived from elsewhere, and I already belong here, and this sidewalk belongs to me? When her marriage suddenly ends, and a diary documenting her beloved Opa’s escape from Nazi-occupied