Freedom to Read Week is an annual event focused on the right of intellectual freedom through a variety of festivities, such as readings, discussions, and exhibitions across Canada. You can show your support by participating in a public event, getting involved through education, and/or ordering kits and posters.
"If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to promote your writing, resolve to enter the Writers' Federation of New Brunswick’s 2013 Literary Competition. With over $2,000 in cash prizes to be awarded to top submissions of poetry and prose, the competition has been the launch pad for many published works since WFNB first welcomed entries in 1985.
The University of New Brunswick would like to invite you to a special reading by Madeleine Thien. The reading will take place on Tuesday, February 5 at 8pm in the Alumni Memorial Lounge, University of New Brunswick.
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