odd sundays will be back at Tipsy Muse Café (86 Regent St), on March 31 beginning at 2 P.M. The featured readers will be Dian Day and Kayla Geitzler and there will be the usual open mic and free book draw..
Dian Day is a Nova Scotian author of two novels, both published by Inanna Publications, Toronto. The Clock of Heaven was a Silver Medal winner in the 2009 Independent Publisher Book Awards for literary fiction, and was given an honourable mention by Jim Bartley in the Globe and Mail's top fiction list for 2009. Her recently released second novel,The Madrigal, is set in Kingston and Toronto. Dian has worked as a reporter, writer, researcher, communications consultant, health promoter, teacher, and artist. She is busy working on a third novel, Tintamarre.
Kayla Geitzler is an editor and writing consultant from Moncton, NB. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Gnaw & Gnarl: A Chapbook of NB Writers, Hamilton Arts & Lights, Les Effeuilleuses, Poetry Is Dead, The Fiddlehead, QWERTY, and Galleon. Her first collection of poetry, That Light Feeling Under Your Feet about the slogging and surreal world of cruise ship workers was published by NeWest Press in April 2018. She is a recipient of the Bailey Prize for Best Unpublished Manuscript and has been recognised by the CBC as a poet who reflects "the enduring strength of the literary form in this country.”