July 16, Mid-Summer Write-A-Thon
We are excited to spend a day dedicated to writing and inspiration, especially mid-summer when we hopefully are well rested/relaxed/tanned, capped off with an open mic that celebrates the talent of writers among us. The event runs from 9:30-4:30 (PST), including an Open Mic from 3:30-4:30 for anyone who wants to read or perform what they worked on during the Write-a-Thon (or something else they have created). Join Us HERE!
April 9, All Forms Now Reading at the New West Public Library
Dec 4, Reading & Workshop w/ Tri-City Wordsmiths
Nov 12, Planet Earth Poetry Reading with Susan Braley
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM at Russell Books (747 Fort Street, Victoria). Sign up for open mic by 7:15. Proof of vaccination and mask required.
If you want to tune in via Zoom for the featured reader portion of the evening (approximately 8:15-9:00pm Pacific time), please use the following credentials. Join Zoom Meeting: CLICK HERE. Meeting ID: 494 660 4447 Passcode: 2129
Oct 24, Blurring Genres: A Vancouver Writers Fest Panel
“It’s achievement enough to publish a literary work, but one that combines genres—and excels in all of them—is a talent that few possess. Hiromi Goto has produced acclaimed poetry and novels—and now Shadow Life, a graphic novel that’s steeped in literary fiction with poetic magical realism. Harold R. Johnson is an acclaimed fiction and non-fiction writer. In The Björkan Sagas,he merges myth, fantasy, and history into an epic of exploration and adventure. Renée Sarojini Saklikar is an award-winning author, lawyer, and poet whose latest work was 10 years in the making. Bramah and the Beggar Boy is intellectually, geographically, and temporally wide-ranging: ambitious in scope. As the publisher explains, ‘The portal is deep. The portal is open. Take a deep breath. Jump.'”
Oct 15, blue gait Book Launch & Reading
Sept 23, The Textile of Words: Word Vancouver
w/ Fred Wah (Music at the Heart of Thinking, Talonbooks), Laiwan (TENDER, Talonbooks) & hosted by Heidi Greco.
September 19, Strange Beasts & Good Citizens: In Conversation with Rachel Rose and Maria Reva
The Massy Arts Society presents Rachel Rose, author of the Giller-longlisted story collection, The Octopus Has Three Hearts (Douglas & McIntyre), and Maria Reva, author of Good Citizens Need Not Fear (Knopf Canada), in conversation with Renée Sarojini Saklikar, author of Bramah and the Beggar Boy (Nightwood Editions), for a virtual event in celebration of their latest books.
Sept 11, In/Verse Poetry Reading
Aug 21, Poetry in the Park Book Reading and Signing
August 6, An Interview with SFU Continuing Studies
July 28, Reading on Wax Poetic at Vancouver Coop Radio
Hosted by RC Weslowski and Kevin Spenst. Episode begins 1:07 in.