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Odd Sundays is meeting at Corked Wine Bar (83 Regent St.) this Sunday, November 29th at 2 pm. The featured readers will be from the local NaNoWriMo group.
Join Qwerty, UNB's graduate student creative writing magazine, at the Wilser's Room (366 Queen Street) this Thursday, November 19, for the first Qwerty Reads event of the year! They have an impressive lineup of readers, including current UNB Writer-in-Residence Gerard Beirne, poet extraordinaire Triny Finlay, current UNB students Reid Lodge, Rebecca Salazar and Noah Page, plus musical performance from Mark Jarman's band.
Fredericton's longest-running, poetry-and-more reading series, ODD SUNDAYS, meets this coming Sunday, November 15 at Corked Wine Bar, 83 Regent St. at 2pm.
The University of New Brunswick's 2015 Reading Series invites you to a reading by Joan Clark on Friday, October 30th, 8pm, at Marshall d’Avray Hall in the Dugald Blue Auditorium in Fredericton. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.
The Fiddlehead's Summer Fiction issue has just been reviewed on New Pages, a source of news, information, and guides to independent magazines, publishers, and music. David Morgan O'Connor praises the "extreme quality of this summer fiction issue," which he says "exudes wisdom, diversity, and a sophistication that younger publishers need to experience to fully apprehend."
The University of New Brunswick would like to invite you to a reading by Deni Béchard on Wednesday, October 21st at 8PM in the Dugald Blue Auditorium in Marshall d’Avray Hall on the Fredericton campus.
UNB’s Writer-in-Residence for October and November of 2015 is Gerry Beirne.
Don't miss WFNB's upcoming WordsFall gathering on the weekend of November 13-14 in Sackville, NB!
Congratulations to all the Governor-General Literary Award shortlisted authors announced today by the Canada Council! Five of the shortlisted authors have appeared recently in our pages, including M. Travis Lane!