Member Announcements

Literary Reading or Event

Join me for a one-night only staged public reading of the play adaptation of my memoir, The Inheritance of Shame, on Monday, March 11, 7 p.m., at The Wild Project in New York. This adaptation is being directed by Scott Davis, and produced by Playhouse Creatures Theatre Project Company. More... More

Literary Reading or Event

Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 7 – 9 p.m.: Leslie Timmins will be reading from Every Shameless Ray (Inanna), along with Susan Gillis, Yellow Crane (Brick Books) and Randall Maggs, Night Work: The Sawchuck Poems – 10th Anniversary Edition (Brick Books) in the Poets Corner series, Massy Books, 229... More

Congratulations

BINGO! Check out the latest stellar World of Dawn review in the Vancouver Sun: https://vancouversun.com/entertainment/books/science-fiction-series-invo... More

New Publication

Sapphire the Great and the Meaning of Life "is full of zest...throughout the novel, the theme of gender-nonconformity is present without being explicitly broken down or didactic...Brenna's novel also directly challenges young readers to think beyond cisgender norms...very helpful classroom resource... More

New Publication

I’m pleased to announce that my poem, “It Wishes,” will be posted online on February 5 as the Tuesday Poem in a series curated by Ottawa poet rob mclennan; poems are later archived on the site. https://dusie.blogspot.com      More

New Publication

J.A. (Andy) Wainwright's new novel, The Grace of Our Affections, is available from Custom Book Publications (Hong Kong). More

Literary Reading or Event

Alan Cumyn will be holding two events to celebrate the launch of his new novel North to Benjamin. Ottawa: 29 January, the Senate Tavern, 1159 Bank St., 6-8 pm Toronto: 5 February, Supermarket, 286 Augusta Ave., 6-8 pm http://www.alancumyn.com More

Literary Reading or Event

Local writers and performers share their stories at Pivotal Words, presented by Nakai Theatre and Brave New Words during the 2019 Pivot Festival. The evening is curated by Peter Jickling and features writers Patti Flather, Michael Eden Reynolds, Eva Holland, and Susanne Hingley and musical... More

Congratulations

ATTENTION! “Minds are like parachutes, they only function when open,” said the writer. Open your mind and check out the latest World of Dawn review by Kirkus Reviews. https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/shawn-gale/world-of-dawn/ More

Literary Reading or Event

Public Reading Dissident Doctor: Catching babies and challenging the medical status quo Saturday 8th December 6-8PM at Mothering Touch 975 Fort Street Victoria BC More

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